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SunEdison Interconnects 16.4-MW Solar at Davis-Monthan AFB

February 2014 - SunEdison, a solar technology manufacturer and provider of solar power services, and MIC Solar Energy Holdings, a subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure Company LLC, installed a 16.4-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) facility on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base located outside Tucson, Arizona. The PV facility is expected to reduce the Air Force's utility costs by $500,000 annually for the next 25 years. The SunEdison Renewable Operation Center will manage plant operations through a contract with MIC Solar Energy Holdings.

Press Release - SunEdison Interconnects 16.4 MW Solar Power Plant at U.S. Air Force Base

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