“The $40 million to $60 million project could produce up to 11 megawatts, enough to provide power for 5,000 to 8,000 homes, according to company officials.
“‘What’s neat about Pittsburgh is really why we’re here. The water resources are tremendous. The river already flows. It’s a great source of renewable energy. There’s not many places in the country with this unique opportunity.”
FULL STORY published October 18, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette