A proposed solar farm in southern Yukon will be the biggest the territory has ever seen if built, according to the CEO of the Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation.
Taylor Love said the project, located roughly three kilometres north of Carcross, would be powerful enough to supply enough electricity to the majority of the Southern Lakes region and country residential subdivisions near Whitehorse — at least during the sunniest times of year.
“The comments [from the First Nation] have been very, very proud of us for moving forward on a project like this,” Love said. “And I think it’s a proud moment for the Yukon as well to be able to bring this type
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