Lockheed Martin Launches State’s Largest Private Solar Project in Oldsmar

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Lockheed Martin Launches State’s Largest Private Solar Project in Oldsmar

by Jerome R. Stockfisch | Tribune Staff
MAIN -- Lockheed Martin’s 2.25 megawatt solar energy system was launched on Tuesday, producing enough energy to power 372 typical homes for a year. The 7,260 solar panels, which cover 151,400 square feet of the defense contractor’s parking lot and shades 534 vehicles, make up the state’s largest private solar array. Photo provided by Lockheed Martin

MAIN -- Lockheed Martin’s 2.25 megawatt solar energy system was launched on Tuesday, producing enough energy to power 372 typical homes for a year. The 7,260 solar panels, which cover 151,400 square feet of the defense contractor’s parking lot and shades 534 vehicles, make up the state’s largest private solar array. Photo provided by Lockheed Martin

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015 - 12:30pm

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With the flick of an oversized wall switch, Gov. Rick Scott helped Lockheed Martin launch a 2.25 megawatt solar energy system on Tuesday that will produce enough energy to power 372 typical homes for a year.

The 7,260 solar panels, which cover 151,400 square feet of the defense contractor’s parking lot and shades 534 vehicles, make up the state’s largest private solar array, Lockheed Martin officials said.

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