Anne Arundel solar energy project to be unveiled

April 17, 2010

State and local officials will unveil Anne Arundel County's first solar energy project Saturday afternoon – 10 solar panels that are supplying energy to the historic Plummer House, the visitor center at the Parris N. Glendening Nature Preserve at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary near Lothian. The $21,000 project was funded through a grant to the county from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, which had obtained federal dollars.The panels are expected to deliver about 2,900 kilowatt-hours of electricity, and any excess electricity will be fed into the state power grid.

— Baltimore Sun Staff

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