The port of Los Angeles is having a green moment with the installation of solar panels covering an area of seventy one and half square feet, which is possibly a world record on its own. However, this is more than just solar or world records the port authorities are setting a magnificent example that other organisations should be taking note of.
The building to be covered will be the World Cruise Centre and the work is expected to be completed by the end of the year at an estimated cost of $9 million and will generate around one MW of power. Nevertheless, this is first stage as an additional installation of 1.16 million square feet is planned that will be completed over the next years or so.
Source [Tree Hugger]