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Oregon is all over the place with cool renewable energyprojects, and they’ve now started work on their $1.3 million project to install 8,000 square feet of solar panels to light up the I5 and I205 interchange. The project will produce about 28% of the electricity used to illuminate the canada pharmacy interchange. The project should be done by December of this year, when days are short and http://www.richcongress.com/order-levitra-online nights needing illumination are long. So perhaps it won’t be as effective as they’d like right at the start, but during summer would be a great help in replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. If anything, it’ll be a cool educational tool or at least reminder for folks driving through.

 

 

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some thoughts
written by brian, August 14, 2008
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Great Idea
written by TJ, August 22, 2008
Great use of taxpayer dollars. We all know that Oregon has at least 3 or 4 days of cheap canadian viagra sun a year in which those panels will be fully utilized!
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Fantastic!
written by JO, September 09, 2008
I think it is a great idea. Even though there is not much sun here, solar panels still work great even on cloudy and even some rainy days.

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