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Solar-Bee Installation on Jordan Lake on Hold
North Carolina is waiting for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to give final approval for a $1.44 million pilot project which includes the installation of 36 Solar-Bee devices.

Jordan Lake, a 45,000 acre man-made reservoir provides drinking water for about 300,000 people and saw over 1.1 million visitors in 2013.

In 2002 the federal government declared the lake’s water quality “impaired” by algae, leading to a long debate about how to keep
algae-feeding nutrients out of the rivers and creeks that feed the lake.

The pilot program would install the 36 devices over 1,500 acres of the lake, but if the pilot works, a full deployment would include five times more Solarbees to be installed across the lake.


 
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