Michigan utility’s first brownfield solar project highlights promise, challenges

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A solar project in Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula is the first to use state grant funding to clean up contaminated industrial property. 

The 500 kilowatt solar installation planned at a vacant eyesore is effectively a pilot project that Consumers Energy and state officials say could lead to more solar on contaminated land, also known as brownfields.

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