Army, Georgia Power build 250-acre solar energy farm on Fort Stewart
The U.S. Army and Georgia Power Co. have installed a 250-acre solar energy farm on Fort Stewart.
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#1 Dec 10, 2016
How many trees were cut down to build this farm? What were the other impacts to the Environment to build this? I know the Wizard of Solar- Solarman-will comment on this and throw out his useless and dreamed up statistics to support his view point.
#2 Dec 10, 2016
Wow, you are a numbnuts. Did you miss the part that this project is to be built on a military base? The military pretty much does what they want to with the property they inhabit. Take it up with the military and see how far YOUR crap flies with them.
#3 Sep 17, 2017
Would you please write the mayor and tell them to let a wind up clock charge devices. I paid a clock maker in America $5000 to make the device
After the hurricane he asked for $50,000
Here's an example
I made this work continuously.
If we keep asking them they will let a wind up clock charge devices
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