Solar project proposed near Judith Gap | News | – Lewistown News-Argus

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Judith Gap may be known for its wind farm, but the nearby turbines could be sharing the limelight with a different form of renewable energy in the future.

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Office released an environmental assessment regarding a proposed 50 megawatt (mW) solar development project southwest of Judith Gap last month. The proposed project, bounded on two sides by U.S. Highway 191 and Oka Road, would see the installation of a ground-mounted photovoltaic system on 632 acres of “vacant, undeveloped land” in the area.

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