How close could you be living to industrial scale solar?
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It could be closer than you think!
- Some solar companies, that are trying to build industrial solar are stating that their potential minimum setback of 45 feet from adjoining non participating property lines from any solar panels and equipment.
- Could there be a possibility that solar panels surrounding a small home owner?
- Solar company can state, "no additional acres are anticipated to be needed for this project." Once the initial solar is almost installed, more steps can be taken by the solar company to secure more leased land, as the infrastructure has already been established and can be easily added onto.
Before and after picture from David Barron's backyard in Logansport, Indiana (Cass County)
What about the utility poles going through your property?
See how the solar company tied into the power lines in Cranston, RI. Learn more here
What about the sound of solar?
Some industrial scale solar companies states substation transformers emit 43 dBA up to an overall sound power of 99 dBA. Do you want to listen to this? Learn more here
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