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Tom Smart, Deseret News
People gather to mark the completion of three landmark solar projects at the 3,000-panel, ground-mounted solar array, which was developed to help offset the energy and carbon emissions associated with the new Public Safety Building, Wednesday, June 25, 2014, in Salt Lake City.

Salt Lake City officials and dignitaries celebrated the completion of solar projects on Wednesday. A 3,000-panel, ground-mounted solar array at the city’s solar farm, 1965 W. 500 South, was developed to help offset the energy and carbon emissions associated with the new Public Safety Building.