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For the first time, a major U.S. energy company is giving its own power supply to the United States, saying it is the first of its kind in the world.
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) says the new PowerStream U..
S.-built power grid will power more than 300,000 homes.
The system has been developed with the help of EIA, which is the government-owned data organization.
The EIA says the system is designed to be the largest in the U.T., the third largest U.K. market and the third-largest in the Americas.
It will provide 1.4 gigawatts of power for each home in the United states and the Caribbean.
The system is made by the utility-grade, long-lasting U.N.-certified, carbon-free, 100 percent solar panel.
It’s designed to meet the country’s energy needs and will help the utility meet its greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals, according to the EIA.
“Powerstream is the world’s largest U-series, long lasting, and carbon-neutral power system, delivering clean, reliable power at the lowest cost to consumers, businesses, and the environment,” EIA said in a statement.
The utility has been testing its system in the states and in Hawaii, and is in the final stages of its rollout in Puerto Rico.
It expects to have it in place by 2020.