The former linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens Ray Lewis last week proposed a solar energy and job-training project for Paterson. Lewis was among three men from Maryland-based nonprofit group Power 52 to pitch a 20-megawatt solar farm to the city council on Wednesday night that will cost $64 million.
Power 52 will install 100 acres of solar panels on land and rooftops in the city. This will create 150-200 jobs for the local economy. There’s also a school that’s tied to the project to provide training to the city’s young people.
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Source: Paterson Times