Published: July 22, 2015
BALTIMORE, MD — The City of Baltimore has agreed to purchase almost 4 percent of its annual electricity use from a new solar power generating plant to be built by Constellation Solar, a subsidiary of Exelon.
The 15-year agreement means Baltimore gets clean electricity at a price below current and projected future market rates. The Office of Sustainable Energy, part of the Baltimore City Department of Public Works, estimates a savings of $13 million over the life of the contract.
An agreement approved by the City’s Board of Estimates on July 22 calls for the City to purchase ...
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