Columbus breaks ground on two new solar arrays that could power up to 7,500 homes

The arrays on Parsons Avenue and Jackson Pike on the city's far south side could be complete by the end of the year

COLUMBUS -- "Columbus is adding more solar energy on the far south side of the city that could power the equivalent of 7,500 homes, according to city officials.

Two arrays on Parsons Avenue and Jackson Pike will add 45 megawatts of solar power to the city's clean energy supply. Mayor Andrew Ginther and other city officials broke ground Thursday at the Parsons Avenue location.

Ginther said the new arrays will help the city achieve its goals to reduce carbon emissions."

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  • Ohio Citizen Action
    published this page in News 2023-05-05 15:55:06 -0400