Nicole Zieba said, “Many different solar vendors had approached us over the past couple of years, but Pacific Power Renewables stood out from the rest by understanding the values of our community and showing us that they wanted to be partners with our community for the long term, not just another vendor with a product. We are very pleased with how the project is rolling along so far.”
Mater Dei is hosting a solar power system for Pacific Power Renewables Santa Ana, CA, […]
Mayor Alan Arakawa Joins with Hawaii Officials in Dedicating BioReal Solar Project, the Largest PV […]
NEWARK, Del., Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Motech Americas, a solar company with a 20-year […]
The cost of the $6.5 million installation was partially offset with $1.8 million in solar rebates from PG&E and is expected to generate 1,440,000 kWh per year, meeting approximately 70-80% of the total energy costs of the rice plant. Installed by Pacific Power Management, LLC, this large, ground-mounted array includes more than 5,500 Mitsubishi solar panels.
“In addition to all of the other steps we’re taking to improve our environmental performance, this new solar installation clearly demonstrates that we’re serious about our intent to become one of the greenest ports in the country.
AUBURN, Calif. — April 12, 2011 — The City of Auburn kicked off a new […]
Pacific Power Renewables, INC and the City of Auburn announced today that the city’s waste […]
PPM financed, constructed, owns and operates the new solar power facility, which covers over 3 […]
West Sacramento, CA March 12, 2010 – The Port of West Sacramento today unveiled a […]
PPM completed the largest solar power plant in Placer County Auburn, CA. — Pacific Power […]
Auburn, CA. — Pacific Power Management, LLC (PPM) announces the completion of Placer County’s largest […]