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Solar farm could be coming to Calgary's sunny south

Reference: CBC News

A former industrial site in southeast Calgary could soon be home one of the biggest solar farms in western Canada.

The Calgary Planning Commission gave its stamp of approval to the proposal on Thursday.

The former phosphogypsum fertilizer production site near the corner of Barlow Trail and 114th Avenue S.E. has sat empty for years.

It cannot be developed until the soil is remediated.

The property owner, Viterra, is working with Irish company DP Energy to turn it into a solar farm... Read More