2017-07-28 / Community

Breaking ground



Breaking ground July 18 on a 1.2-megawatt solar array to be built atop South Portland’s capped city landfill, behind the public works complex at 929 Highland Avenue, are, from left, Director of Public Works Doug Howard, City Manager Scott Morelli, Fortunat Mueller, co-founder and managing partner of ReVision Energy, Planning Director Tex Haueser, Mayor Patti Smith, Sustainability Director Julie Rosenbach, and an unidentified member of the ReVision crew. Once complete in September, the 3,000-panel solar farm will be the largest municipal-owned facility of its kind in the state. (Courtesy photo) Breaking ground July 18 on a 1.2-megawatt solar array to be built atop South Portland’s capped city landfill, behind the public works complex at 929 Highland Avenue, are, from left, Director of Public Works Doug Howard, City Manager Scott Morelli, Fortunat Mueller, co-founder and managing partner of ReVision Energy, Planning Director Tex Haueser, Mayor Patti Smith, Sustainability Director Julie Rosenbach, and an unidentified member of the ReVision crew. Once complete in September, the 3,000-panel solar farm will be the largest municipal-owned facility of its kind in the state. (Courtesy photo)

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