County dedicates first of two solar projects with Today's Power

Judge says farm should save $150k in first year

By Kyle Massey
Arkansas Business

County Judge Barry Hyde flipped the switch on a new 756-panel solar project Tuesday at the Pulaski County Detention Center near the State Fairgrounds in Little Rock, and Today’s Power Inc. joined him in basking in the glow.

The project, a 250-kilowatt array that will be owned and operated by Today’s Power, will provide lower-cost electricity to the county under a 20-year power purchase agreement. The price is a guaranteed 4.9 cents per kilowatt hour, roughly half of the already low retail price of electricity in the state. READ MORE.

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