Warren Buffett is planning 3 GW of wind and sun

PacifiCorp will invest billions of dollars in new wind and solar projects over coming years.

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Supply company PacifiCorp, owned by the Warren Buffett company Berkshire Hathaway Energy, is considering an investment of USD 3.5 billion (EUR 3.3 billion) in solar and wind projects, reports Recharge.

The large sum will be spent on 3 GW of wind and sun, a transmission cable, and upgrading more than 900 MW of existing wind turbines, according to the company's Integrated Resource Plan which has been submitted to authorities.

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