Denver International said it will ask the Denver City Council to approve construction of a photovoltaic solar electricity-generating system to power the airport's fuel-storage and distribution facility. "DIA has filed the ordinances necessary to obtain council approval to enter into an agreement with MP2 Capital and Oak Leaf Energy Partners to develop the $7 million, 1.6-megawatt solar project on approximately nine acres north of the airport's airfield," the airport said in a statement. ...

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