Solar-generated power deals continue to proliferate.

News today includes another announcement from Bill Halter’s Scenic Hill Solar that the city of Hot Springs will join other local governments in Arkansas with installation of a solar facility expected to power city government. The Hot Springs plant will be the largest to date, Scenic Hill says.

Kyle Massey reports for Arkansas Business that Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock, working with Seal Solar Solutions, is installing a solar power array and believes it will be the first church in the state with electric vehicle charging stations.



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