Energy supplier Constellation said Thursday that it added 38 megawatts of solar generation last year for business and government customers, including 3.6 megawatts in Maryland.
Constellation, the Baltimore-based subsidiary of Exelon Corp., said its solar projects in operation or underway now top 164 megawatts. The company built projects last year in Arizona, California, New York and D.C. in addition to a local solar installation for the University of Maryland Medical System.
Constellation owns and operates the projects, and its customers purchase the power. The company said its solar work for customers since 2007 has avoided carbon dioxide releases equivalent to the emissions from about 50,000 vehicles.
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