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It was a vision of new power for West Virginia rising out of the ashes for all coming into the state to see.

A witness for FirstEnergy’s West Virginia subsidiaries shared plans with a panel of state lawmakers for a new solar facility on a 26-acre reclaimed ash disposal site for the shuttered R. Paul Smith Power Station along Interstate 81 adjacent to the Potomac River in Berkeley County.

Mike Tony covers energy and the environment. He can be reached at 304-348-1236 or Follow @Mike__Tony on Twitter.


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