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The capital of the Sunshine State, Tallahassee, Fla., just became more sustainable with the addition of another solar farm—Tallahassee Solar II at the Tallahassee International Airport. The 320-acre, 42-megawatt (MWac, MW) solar farm completed in January is the second phase of the City of Tallahassee’s sustainability and clean energy generation project at the Airport. The first phase, Tallahassee Solar I, is a 120-acre, 20 MWac solar farm that was completed in 2017. Together, the two solar farms bring the City’s total solar power generation to 62 megawatts.
The project, as with Tallahassee Solar I, will be operated and managed by Origis Services.