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Farmer about to flip the switch on largest solar-energy system in the province
by Murray McNeill
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12 August 2017
On 12 August 2017 Winnipeg Free Press reported:
A southern Manitoba dairy farmer is about to lay claim to having the largest solar-energy system in the province, but his reign as solar champ will be short-lived. As early as next month, Hans Gorter's new 175-kilowatt, solar photovoltaic (PV) system near Otterburne will be surpassed by a 200-kilowatt system being installed at the Tallpine Lodges in West Hawk Lake.
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Mr. Gorter, who emigrated from the Netherlands in 1987, said he started seriously thinking about going solar after attending a Manitoba Hydro/Syracuse Energy seminar at last winter's Royal Manitoba Winter Fair in Brandon. A March trip to Europe with his wife further convinced him it was the right thing to do.
'We have a lot of family in Europe that switched to solar. So we started talking about it and did the math and it all came together pretty quick.'
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