Pacific Power helps fund Medford airport solar

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Friday, January 11, 2013

Pacific Power's Blue Sky grant program helped pay for a solar installation at Medford's Rogue Valley International Airport.

The SolarWorld-made panels and power inverters from Advanced Energy's Bend operations were installed by Ashland-based True South Solar.

“The Rogue Valley International Airport’s new solar canopies represent a significant first step toward a more sustainable on-site energy sources for our growing regional airport,” shares Eric Hansen, general manager of True South Solar, in a press release.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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