Six Flags announces California’s largest solar energy project
The Valencia, Calif. theme park’s new 12.37-megawatt solar carport and energy storage system will be the largest single-site commercial renewable energy project in California and the largest solar project allocated toward a for-profit organization in the U.S., distinguishing Six Flags’ as the world’s largest for-profit organization site powered by renewable energy.
“This is a thrilling day for Six Flags as we advance our commitment to environmental stewardship, substantially increasing solar power generation capacity at our parks,” said Jason Freeman, Six Flags Vice President of Operations, Public Safety, Engineering & Maintenance. “Six Flags has placed a high priority on efforts to improve and protect the environment, leading the way for theme park companies around the world and capturing the attention of other private organizations that also have the power to drive solar projects.”
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Source: Attractions Magazine
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