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There's a new bright spot in Amsterdam, New York — a solar-power project that's expected to save the old industrial city thousands of dollars a year in electrical costs.
Amsterdam's new "solar garden" is expected to go online Monday, the Daily Gazette (http://bit.ly/1OwUUUr) of Schenectady reported Saturday.
Built on a decommissioned reservoir, the 2,000-panel array is the biggest solar project to date in the city of 18,000 people, about 35 miles from Albany.
"It's good news for Amsterdam, because we're repurposing the property, and the residents will benefit because it's new revenue to the city," Mayor Ann Thane told the newspaper.
The project is expected to generate enough electricity to power the city's water and wastewater plants and pump station.
Monolith Solar paid to build the array, with the city agreeing in return to buy power from it for 20 years, at about 30 percent below prevailing energy rates, Monolith Solar account manager Tim Carr told the Daily Gazette.
Charlotte ObserverBlack Friday largely frenzy-free at Charlotte-area mallsCharlotte ObserverCindy Torres stopped shopping to make a photo of the "Ultimate Santa Adventure" at Northlake Mall Friday morning. John D. Simmons email@example.com. (L-R) Aubrie Goodman, 8, and her brother Jaxon Goodman, 6, came to Northlake Mall and more »