- Oct 27, 2020
- Ventura County, California
- 2004 Z06
General Motors has signed a new deal with the Tennessee Valley Authority to provide 28 megawatts of solar power to the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly PlantIn December of 2015, GM broke new ground at the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant to install an 850-kilowatt solar array making GM the #1 leader in solar energy use by the automotive industry in the United States.
GM will now become a part of the Tennessee Valley Authority’s nationally recognized Green Invest program to provide 28 megawatts of solar power to its Corvette Assembly plant by 2023 contributing to the company's overall goal of becoming completely carbon neutral by 2040.
Below is the official press release by the Tennessee Valley Authority announcing the new partnership:
GM has signed a new deal with the Tennessee Valley Authority to provide 28 MW of solar power to the Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant