A ceremonial ribbon cutting took place on Eastern Avenue in Baltimore Tuesday, where city officials unveiled a solar energy project.
More than 4,000 solar panels have been placed at the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The panels are expected to save the city $6 million in energy cost throughout the life of the project.
The addition of the one-megawatt solar photovoltaic system will produce sustainable, clean energy for the city.
Next project: adding solar panels to the roof of the convention center.
(Source: Baltimore City Department of Public Works)
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