Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) -- ProLogis Inc., the world’s biggest warehouse owner, received a partial U.S. Energy Department guarantee backing a $1.4 billion loan to put solar panels on about 750 buildings.
Project Amp, when complete, will have total capacity of as much as 752 megawatts from rooftop photovoltaic panels on buildings owned by San Francisco-based ProLogis, the agency said today in an e-mailed statement.
Bank of America Corp. and NRG Energy Inc. are both investing in the project.
Lawmakers in Washington are scrutinizing the Energy Department’s program in the wake of Solyndra LLC’s Sept. 6 bankruptcy filing. The Fremont, California-based solar-panel maker received a $535 million loan guarantee.
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