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Military is Going Big on Solar, Wind Energy

  Sep 21, 2015  |    Virginia Pilot
The eight Ohio-class submarines berthed here are the biggest in the U.S. fleet, with steel hulls nearly 600 feet long to accommodate up to 24 nuclear missiles. But soon they will share quarters with something far bigger: a field of solar panels so vast that 500 of the subs could hide in its shadow.

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