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Topic - Mike Morley
"We hope to have the project operational by the end of this year," Morley said. "The actual construction phase, even for a project of this size, just takes a couple of months. The time-consuming part is the land negotiations, permitting processes, etc."
The plan is to install about 4,000 solar panels across about six acres, although the exact location has not been determined, said Mike Morley, spokesman for Midwest Energy.