PPR owns the first SCE aggregated metering project

Silver Lakes Solar Project is First for New Net Energy Metering Aggregate Program (NEMA) The 831-kW solar plant is the first to be built in South California Edison’s territory Helendale, Calif. – September 24, 2014 — A new solar project in Silver Lakes, a planned community of more than 3,000 residences in San Bernardino County, […]

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City of Reedley Goes Solar

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.”

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Mater Dei High School goes solar

Mater Dei is hosting a solar power system for Pacific Power Renewables Santa Ana, CA, Sept. 30, 2013 Mater Dei High School, Santa Ana, CA is excited for this opportunity to showcase their sustainable efforts by switching on their carport and rooftop PV solar energy systems. Pacific Power Renewables and Microgrid Energy Corp have co-developed […]

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PPR has developed a 566kW Solar Project, the Largest PV Array in Maui

Mayor Alan Arakawa Joins with Hawaii Officials in Dedicating BioReal Solar Project, the Largest PV Array in Maui Flyers Energy, Pacific Power Renewables, Solaria Corporation and MECO Collaborate to Bring 568kW Project Online KIHEI, MAUI, NOV. 15, 2012 – Today Hawaii officials, including Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa, joined with Flyer’s Energy, Pacific Power Renewables, […]

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Large, New PV Solar Installation by Pacific Power Renewables Totally Powering the Aerospace Museum of California

NEWARK, Del., Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Motech Americas, a solar company with a 20-year heritage of manufacturing the highest quality solar panels has announced the completion of a large solar PV project by Pacific Power Renewables that is now providing all the energy needs for the Aerospace Museum of California in McClellan, California just […]

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City of Auburn Waste Water Treatment Plant

AUBURN, Calif. — April 12, 2011 — The City of Auburn kicked off a new era in powering public works project today. Local dignitaries met at the Auburn Wastewater Treatment Plan to celebrate the new 690 kilowatt solar project that powers the upgraded Wastewater Treatment Plant, including the new ultraviolet disinfection system. Pacific Power Renewables […]

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Auburn’s Wastewater Treatment Plant to be 100% Solar Powered

Pacific Power Renewables, INC and the City of Auburn announced today that the city’s waste water treatment plant is going to be 100 percent powered by solar energy starting this summer. A 680 kilowatt solar photovoltaic (PV) system, to be installed by PPM of Auburn, California, will supply all of the plant’s electrical needs. The […]

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