Luzerne-based Keystone Energy has plans to build a solar farm on 17 acres, and one of its first customers could be nearby Dallas School District, reports the Citizens Voice.
The solar farm is the latest project for the company, which installs solar panels and does retrofitting for energy efficiency. Commercial clients include Payne Printery in Dallas; InterMountain Medical Group in Kingston Township; George J. Hayden Electric in Hazleton; Grasshopper Lawns in Larksville; the office of Dr. Matthew Berger in Moosic; and Wendy's restaurant in Drums.
In addition, Keystone Energy has installed a 10-kilowatt solar panel system behind the Ruckno Construction buildings to provide its own energy.
"We are practicing what we are preaching," Keystone Energy President A.J. Bittner said.Original source: Citizens VoiceRead the full story here.