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FAA gives ‘OK’ for $35M solar farm at Indianapolis International

A new solar farm plan is moving forward at Indianapolis International Airport.

The Federal Aviation Administrated approved the $35 million initiative Tuesday.

Federal officials gave the go-ahead to two Indy-based companies to begin construction on the 75-acre development. The project will be one of the largest airport solar farms in North America.

Construction is set to being in March.


3 Comments to “FAA gives ‘OK’ for $35M solar farm at Indianapolis International”

    John k said:
    February 5, 2013 at 9:53 PM

    Are there any details about this? Why are they building it? How much power is this suppose to make? Local jobs or all out of town workers? Is this part of a larger renewable energy plan or the only thing planned? What are the benefits to Indy? For travelers? Will this possibly lead to tax incentives for other businesses to adopt solar power? Maybe residential ?

    cindy said:
    February 5, 2013 at 10:49 PM

    Really local jobs?? Or out of town workers??good question

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