Jonny Dilworth, left, and Jon Walter, leave the Anderson Creek boat ramp with a SolarBee unit headed for Jordan Lake July 22, 2014. The solar-powered machines redistribute water, which normally would be in a stagnant area of the lake. The state Senate is considering expanding the program by two years.
Jonny Dilworth, left, and Jon Walter, leave the Anderson Creek boat ramp with a SolarBee unit headed for Jordan Lake July 22, 2014. The solar-powered machines redistribute water, which normally would be in a stagnant area of the lake. The state Senate is considering expanding the program by two years. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Jonny Dilworth, left, and Jon Walter, leave the Anderson Creek boat ramp with a SolarBee unit headed for Jordan Lake July 22, 2014. The solar-powered machines redistribute water, which normally would be in a stagnant area of the lake. The state Senate is considering expanding the program by two years. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

NC Senate plan could expand SolarBee program

June 19, 2015 05:58 PM