A small plane comes in for a landing on the far side of rows of photovoltaic cells at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport on Wednesday morning. The airport is preparing for a second phase of solar panel installation, which will more than double its current 1 megawatt facility.
A small plane comes in for a landing on the far side of rows of photovoltaic cells at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport on Wednesday morning. The airport is preparing for a second phase of solar panel installation, which will more than double its current 1 megawatt facility.
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published Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
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