Pacific Power Renewables The 21st Century Solar Utility Fri, 21 Oct 2016 19:37:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 PPR owns the first SCE aggregated metering project Tue, 30 Sep 2014 18:20:22 +0000 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, Calif., will be the first to take advantage of Southern California Edison’s new NEMA program. A revolutionary step forward for distributed solar generation, this program allows a utility customer, such as Silver Lakes’ homeowners association, to use electricity from a solar facility on its property to offset electricity usage from multiple meters located on contiguous properties owned or leased by the customer.

Clean power generated by the 831-kW PV system will offset electricity consumed by Silver Lakes’ community amenities, such as pools, clubhouses, restaurants and sports facilities. Construction will commence in October, with completion expected by the end of the year.

The project was developed by SK Solar, who gave shape to the unique net metering opportunity, pulling together various partners to create a viable solution for engineering, permitting, financing and ultimately, construction. As one important piece of the puzzle, Silver Lakes has entered a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Pacific Power Renewables, which will allow the homeowners association to see savings in the first year of solar production. Throughout the life of the PPA, Silver Lakes will experience total estimated savings of over $2.5 million thanks to this innovative net metering program and PPA set-up.

“Pacific Power Renewables is proud to be part of this unique project, pioneering a new aggregate metering tariff with SCE,” stated Dan Powell, CEO of Pacific Power Renewables. “PPR is providing the construction finance, long term ownership and management of this high tech solar array and we’re looking forward to a long term PPA partnership with the great community of Silver Lakes.”

“The Silver Lakes Association is excited to partner with SK Solar, and our investment partner Pacific Power Renewables, to insure energy reliability and affordability into the future,” stated Greg Heldreth, President of Silver Lakes Association (SLA). “Following the solar project installation and interconnection, the reduction in current and projected future electricity bills are estimated conservatively to be $1.5M to $3.5M over 20 years. These savings represent an important opportunity for SLA to control future assessment increases by offsetting increasing electrical energy costs with clean, quiet, and efficient solar energy.”

Leading solar development company SK Solar will also build the project, which will feature 315-watt Sunmodule XL 72-cell solar panels from SolarWorld mounted on DuraTrack HZ single-axis trackers, customized with a 60° range of motion, from Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI).

Boris von Bormann, CEO of SK Solar, Inc., said, “We at SK Solar are excited to stand behind this great project for the community of Silver Lakes. We are thrilled in bringing all the pieces together to make this project a success, starting with Silver Lakes Association as the client who will be benefiting of the solar installation’s yearly energy output to cover almost 80% of their energy usage, involving Pacific Power Renewables as the financing arm of the project and ultimately getting quality partners involved such as SolarWorld and Array Technologies to ensure reliable and excellent equipment. This project has proven to be a great step for everyone involved. We are thrilled to serve the community of Silver Lakes and proud to be bringing them closer to producing clean energy for the next generation to come.”
Silver Lakes Solar Project will become a highly visible symbol of California’s commitment to an economy propelled by competitive, reliable, and clean energy resources. The power plant will serve as an instrument for learning how to integrate solar energy into a complex power system via net aggregate metering.

“This revolutionary aggregate net metering program will allow cutting-edge companies and associations, such as Silver Lakes Association, to take advantage of electricity cost savings provided by solar energy at a long-term levelized cost of electricity,” indicated Ron Corio, CEO and Founder of ATI. “Array Technologies is pleased to be a part of this project and contributing the solar trackers that will provide smooth and continuous production throughout the day, including high-energy demand hours.”

The solar arrays at the Silver Lakes site are capable of generating over 1.8 million kilowatt-hours per year, more than enough to power over 300 homes and to offset 2,887,121 lbs of CO2 annually for the next 20 years. The system is scheduled to be interconnected by the end of the year.

About Silver Lakes Association:
Silver Lakes Association is nestled in the quiet oasis of the Mojave River Valley, located in Southern California.  A master planned community comprised of 3,459 residential properties with 2,726 lots currently built, the community offers a 27-hole championship golf course, two shimmering lakes, sandy beaches, shady parks, an equestrian center, tennis courts, fine dining, fitness facilities and miles of scenic landscape. Silver Lakes gives families, youth, and seniors alike, quality, affordability, recreation and security in an upscale setting.


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City of Reedley Goes Solar Tue, 03 Dec 2013 18:02:45 +0000 Pacific Power Renewables Helps the City of Reedley Go Solar

Solar Power Generated at Four City-Owned Sites Saves Power and Money

AUBURN, Calif. — December 3, 2013 — Pacific Power Renewables has broken ground for the City of Reedley to install solar power on four city sites. 947 kW is currently being installed at the waste water treatment plant, the community center, the Royal Valley building and Reedley City Hall. The solar production will offset 100% of the city’s power usage at those sites. According to Nicole Zieba, City Manager, “In our City’s Centennial Year (1913-2013), it seems apropos to continue Reedley’s longstanding tradition of being good stewards of both our natural resources and the public’s tax dollars.”

The City of Reedley has entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement with Pacific Power Renewables, which will own, operate, and maintain the solar plants. The largest solar array is a ground mounted single axis tracker system that is being installed at the waste water treatment plant. The other three sites will have fixed roof mount systems.

“The City will save 10% over existing electricity costs at these four facilities the first year. This savings will be magnified in future years as electricity rates inevitably rise, and the City’s rates at the four locations are locked in for 20 years,” states Paul Melikian, Director of Finance and Administrative Services. “Over time, this project will result in the reduction of electrical costs as a percentage of budgets paid from the General Fund and Sewer Enterprise Fund. In essence, those future funds that would have been appropriated for electricity rate increases, can be used for other purposes and/or reduce the magnitude of future tax, fee, or rate increases. If electricity rates increase on average of 3.0% per year over current rates, the City will realize $2,946,200 in future savings.”

“PPR is very happy to have been a part of helping the City achieve a green initiative and at the same time reduce their electricity expense. The relationship with Flyers Energy, who provided the tax equity financing, was key in making this possible,” said David Dwelle, President of Pacific Power Renewables.

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.”

The solar arrays at the four sites for the City have 3,766 modules and are capable of generating over 1.9 million kilowatt-hours per year, more than enough to power 200 homes annually. The systems will be interconnected by the end of the year.

Mater Dei High School goes solar Mon, 30 Sep 2013 18:31:42 +0000 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 this project as part of a larger comprehensive energy and environmental sustainability savings program for Mater Dei.

The initial phase is now complete signified by this formal ribbon cutting whereby the team has successfully installed Solar PV shade parking canopies powered by 1,536  Solar Panels, the carports include 5 new electrical charging stations for both electric & plug in hybrid cars, carts, and electric bicycles.  The rooftops of the school’s Meruelo Athletic Center and Reed & Gail LeVecke Student Services Center have 792 PV Solar Panels installed. Mater Dei’s first phase total solar energy system of 535 kW is estimated to offset up to 25% of the schools reliance of Grid based (Carbon produced) electricity from the utilities. The school also gained energy efficiency with an added benefit of a “Cool” roof coating recommended by Microgrid Energy and installed by Tecta America that will reflect the heat of the roof thereby keeping the buildings cooler while extending the life of the roof. Less heat in the building means less A/C needs in the summer and keeping the PV solar Panels cool in the summer helps them perform their best at producing clean “green” energy.

Converting a large portion of the school’s energy use from grid power generated by gas, coal, or nuclear to renewable energy reduces the greenhouse gas emissions and reduces the school’s carbon footprint.

The 535 kW solar power plant generates over 825,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year providing approximately 35% of the high school’s total energy requirements. The power plant is comprised of a total of 2,328 solar panels and 22 inverters.  The system is monitored by SolarWatch™, PPR’s real time proprietary monitoring system. This project is designed to decrease greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and is estimated to reduce the facility’s carbon footprint in an amount equivalent to 18,204,673 million pounds of CO2, produce enough energy to power 2,367 homes and equal to planting 300,377 trees over the lifetime of the system.

Combined with the reduction in greenhouse gases this Solar Energy system is expected to save the School nearly $2 Million in reduced energy costs over 20yrs, those savings are planned towards academic funding for the students.

Microgrid Energy and PPR are also committed to helping Mater Dei provide an educational component of the solar energy program to help students gain a higher energy awareness through sustainability measures as it relates to their solar system, thus preparing them for higher education and opportunities in renewable energy fields, energy conservation, and environment with real life experiences at their campus, and at home. PPR has installed an energy-monitoring kiosk in the La Vecke student center and students can log onto a live online web link via their ipads, laptop, PC, or smartphones to see the energy produced by the solar energy system and the positive effect on the environment.

The School’s future solar energy plans with Microgrid Energy and Pacific Power include PV solar for the rest of the rooftops after new roofs are installed, on top of a planned parking garage, and the new performing arts center. The goal would be to have a majority of the power providing the school to come from renewable solar energy.

“On behalf of Pacific Power Renewables, I want to commend Mater Dei High School for giving students the chance to observe solar power first hand,” said Sarah Modgling of Pacific Power Renewables.  “It’s good to learn about alternative energy sources so students can make informed decisions about them, perhaps making them better qualified for job opportunities down the road,” Modgling said. “Energy is such a hot topic right now, and I’m sure it still will be when these students are leading our communities and businesses.”


About Pacific Power Renewables

Pacific Power Renewables, INC (, of Auburn, CA  is a leading solar project developer and generating company providing clean electricity to utilities and large energy users. We develop, build, finance, and operate solar power systems. Since 2002, Pacific Power Renewables has installed over 70 plants that combine to produce more than 15 megawatts of clean, efficient solar power for California.


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PPR has developed a 566kW Solar Project, the Largest PV Array in Maui Thu, 15 Nov 2012 16:44:34 +0000 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, Solaria Corporation and Maui Electric Company (MECO) in dedicating the 568kW BioReal solar power plant, the largest solar power system in Maui.

Through an innovative public-private partnership, MECO, Flyers Energy and Pacific Power Renewables teamed to leverage Hawaii’s feed-in tariff (FIT) program to build and develop this solar project. Flyers Energy contracted with MECO for a 20-year power purchase agreement for the BioReal power plant. This project will help MECO reach their goal of powering Maui with 40% renewable sources by 2030.

The solar system was designed and installed by Pacific Power Renewables, using state-of-the-art, low concentration Solaria photovoltaic modules operating on PPR’s proprietary single-axis, ground-mounted tracker, SunViper. The SunViper tracks the sun across the sky, increasing the energy yield by up to 25% more than fixed tilt systems. The BioReal system will generate 1,180,700 kWh per year of clean electricity – the equivalent energy to power 200 households.

“Flyers Energy and Pacific Power Renewables are proud to have financed and developed this significant solar installation. Thanks to a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with MECO, Maui will enjoy clean electricity generation with no upfront capital expenditures,” noted Alan Breeze, Finance Manager for Flyers Energy.

“Working with MECO, Flyers Energy, Solaria and its partners, Pacific Power Renewables has built an emissions-free solar power plant that will serve this region well,” said David Dwelle, President of Pacific Power Renewables. “We applaud MECO and Maui officials for their vision in working with us on this milestone solar installation, which demonstrates that solar makes good financial sense for utility customers today.”

“We’re excited that the BioReal project partners selected Solaria’s technology to expand the use of solar power Hawaii,” said Solaria CEO Dan Shugar. “Hawaii has been a visionary in solar deployment and in harnessing smart renewable energy solutions. This new solar power plant will provide Maui with a cost-effective, reliable, non-polluting solar power system that will add to MECO’s renewable power portfolio over the next 20 years.”

About Flyers Energy LLC

Flyers Energy franchises the Flyers fuel brand and distributes wholesale and branded retail fuel, commercial lubricants, renewable fuels and solar power in the United States. Flyers Energy is the largest member of the Commercial Fueling Network, and is also the marketer for more than 100 Chevron, Shell, Valero, and 76 branded stations.

About Pacific Power Renewables

Pacific Power Renewables (PPR) is a solar power (PV) utility company. We offer our clients an alternative way to power their business. Founded in 2010, PPR is a power company with the capabilities to serve clients in North America. Our customers experience long term electricity savings. Our Power Purchase Agreements require no investment. Just lower monthly electricity rates.

About Solaria

Solaria Corporation designs, manufactures and markets silicon PV modules and systems to solar system integrators, project developers and electric utilities. Based on its patented low-cost technology, Solaria’s modules provide reliable performance while matching form, fit and performance of conventional PV modules. Solaria headquarters are in California with operations in Germany and India. For more information, please visit

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Sarah Modgling
(530) 887.1984 x118


Large, New PV Solar Installation by Pacific Power Renewables Totally Powering the Aerospace Museum of California Thu, 23 Aug 2012 18:36:27 +0000

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 north of Sacramento.  The museum is also playing a significant role in educating visitors and children with a new kiosk that explains solar energy in a fun, easy-to-understand format.

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Installation producing at 111% of expected kWh

The 177.7KW installation consists of 756, roof-mounted Motech 235 watt modules with an annual production of 265,430 kWh– enough to completely power the museum.  Recent testing by the solar installer, Pacific Power Renewables revealed that this solar installation was producing electricity at 111% of expected kwh.

According to Roxanne Yonn Executive Director of the Museum:  “Going solar was a strategic move for the Aerospace Museum of California. We save on energy costs and we can use this as an educational tool for our students.  The STEM principles of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are all demonstrated through the use of solar.  In partnering with Pacific Power Renewables, we created an exhibit that demonstrates how solar works inspiring the scientists of tomorrow.”

Getting students excited about aviation – and solar power

On the roof are the latest in solar technology panels powering the museum building.  Inside is a remarkable collection of planes – with many more parked outside in easy walking distance.  It’s a large building, totally powered by clean solar energy, capable of holding special events ranging from a Board meeting of 10 all the way to receptions for 1,200 guests.

Solar makes perfect sense for the museum.

They have a strong and growing program based on hands-on, practical experiences related to math, science, technology and engineering for students from elementary to community college.  The Aerospace Learning Center has hosted thousands of students over the years – along with special events attended by visiting astronauts.  Their Aerospace Learning Center Programs get students excited about aviation – and include the opportunity to pilot an aircraft using a non-motion flight simulator.

“I am happy to have been a part of helping the Aerospace museum achieve a green initiative and at the same time reduce their electricity expense,”

said David Dwelle, president of Pacific Power Renewables.

“An additional win came from the love of aviation that runs deep throughout our family’s lineage. The final win was the relationship with Flyers Energy who provided the tax equity financing.”

About the Aerospace Museum of California
Located at 3200 Freedom Park Drive, McClellan, CA, 95652 (just north of Sacramento) the solar-powered Museum boasts a collection of aircraft starting with a Curtiss-Wright B-14-B “Speedwing” bi-plane built in 1932. It is one-of-a-kind and has been beautifully restored.  It’s on display for visitors to see and marvel at. Other aircraft include all “Century” series USAF aircraft, a MIG–17PF and MIG–21F, plus a Pitts S-1 acrobatic racer and an AQM – 187 drone.

Aerospace Museum website:

About Pacific Power Renewables – Pacific Power Renewables (PPR), headquartered in Auburn, California is a leading independent provider of solar photovoltaic (“PV”) power for commercial, industrial, government and utility clients.  PPR develops, builds, owns and operates large-scale solar PV systems for industrial, commercial, governmental and utility clients.  PPR shareholders have successfully installed over 15 MW of solar PV systems throughout California. Pacific Power Renewables website:

About Motech Americas
Motech Americas, LLC, is the most experienced manufacturer of solar modules, with its Newark, Delaware facility in operations for more than 20 years.  Motech utilizes Six-Sigma rigor, best in class quality, and customer fulfillment standards that are second to none. Fully intelligently vertically integrated, Motech Industries is the sixth largest solar cell manufacturer in the world, providing complete control over its supply chain and access to superior cell products. For additional information access

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Sarah Modgling  
(530) 887-1984 x118
Far West Rice Mill Wed, 10 Aug 2011 22:56:18 +0000

“Going solar made sense from a business standpoint. Our electricity bill will be lower and the installation also means that our communities can breathe easier and enjoy California’s beauty with less air pollution. We are excited to be involved in this technology and know that it will exceed our expectations. We cannot thank Pacific Power Management enough for all they have done to make us an environmental leader.” —Greg Johnson, Executive Vice President of Far West Rice


The largest rice plant solar installation in the U.S. was dedicated on June 18, 2008, at the Far West Rice plant in Nelson, California. 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. With rapidly rising energy costs, the solar installation will provide predictable energy costs for Far West, helping to reduce their costs for the milling and processing of rice and, when the mill is not operating, their solar system will feed electrical power back into PG&Es electrical grid.

Port of West Sacramento Wed, 10 Aug 2011 20:50:47 +0000

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. PPM has helped make that process possible because the entire solar project, the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting is covered by PPM with no out-of-pocket costs to the Port. —Mike Luken, Port of West Sacramento Manager

PPR Installed a newly installed solar power system that will provide all of its electricity needs over the next 25 years for the Port of West Sacramento . Installed at no cost to the Port by Pacific Power Management (PPM) of Auburn, CA the 637 kilowatt system will reduce the Port’s energy costs by more than $20,000 annually. The system includes 3,536 solar panels covering 90,000 square feet on the rooftops of two rice warehouse buildings. Providing enough electricity to power 89 homes for one year, the solar system also will reduce the Port’s carbon footprint by eliminating more than 34 million pounds of carbon‐dioxide emissions over 25 years.

City of Auburn Waste Water Treatment Plant Tue, 26 Jul 2011 20:55:23 +0000

“Wastewater treatment plants require huge amounts of power but this solar project makes our plant more efficient and saves money for the ratepayers.”
—Bernie Schroeder, Director of public works

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 of Auburn installed the solar array and also operates and maintains the system.

Auburn’s upgraded Wastewater Treatment Plant came on line earlier this year and includes the latest ultraviolet light (UV) disinfection technology to meet new permit requirements. UV disinfection drastically reduces the amount of chemicals needed to process wastewater but also requires more power. “We had the perfect location on site to install a large solar array. It made sense to make this the first significant solar project for the city,” added Schroeder.

“As a long time resident of Auburn, I am happy to have been a part of helping the city achieve a green initiative and at the same time reduce their electricity expense,” said David Dwelle, president of Pacific Power Renewables. “An additional win came from our ability to design and build the solar system in a retention basin. The final win was the relationship with Nella Oil Co. who provided the tax equity financing.” “The City is committed to projects that protect our environment and use the latest technology.

Updating the plant and meeting the new permit regulations required a substantial amount of money for design, construction, operations and additional power needs. Using solar panels to generate electricity drops the annual operating costs, which ultimately benefits the rate payers and the environment,” added Schroeder.

The solar array at the Wastewater Treatment Plan has 4,056 modules and is capable of generating over 1.2 million kilowatt‐hours per year, more than enough to power the UV system. The project is a leasing agreement with Pacific Power Renewables, which owns and operates the solar array under agreement with the City of Auburn.

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“This is a model project, which demonstrates how clean, renewable solar power can be used to run a large facility like our wastewater treatment plant,” said Bernie Schroeder, director of public works. “We are pleased to be helping the city and its residents save money while also helping the environment.”

Auburn’s Wastewater Treatment Plant to be 100% Solar Powered Sat, 23 Oct 2010 01:57:27 +0000 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 new photovoltaic system will consist of more than 3,300 panels that will be installed on single-axis ground mount trackers at the plant. The city entered into a 20 year contract and will buy power from PPR, as if PPR were a utility company. The city won’t pay for the installation of the panels.

“The City of Auburn took advantage of Pacific Power’s shared savings program to build and host an emission-free solar power plant at their facility with no upfront capital expenditure,” said Kelly McMahon, Vice President of Business Development for PPR. “We applaud the City of Auburn for taking the lead with this showcase installation that demonstrates how solar makes good financial sense for public agencies today.”

The city treatment plant is located west of the city of Auburn in the Ophir area. The solar array system will generate an estimated 1,248,821 kWh of clean solar energy in the first year of operation. That is enough energy to power 112 homes for one year. Over 20 years, the system will generate more than 24 million kWh of energy; enough energy to power over 2,240 average US homes for one year.

Jack Warren, Director of Public Works, said ‘the project will be one of the largest solar facilities in the area and should save the city money.” Warren added, “I think we got a really good contract for the city, I think it was worth everybody’s time and effort to go through the negotiation process.”

The council was unanimously in favor of the agreement and thanked staff for their hard work. Councilman Kevin Hanley said he couldn’t see a downside. “I think it’s a triple win for the city, the tax payer, the environment and the local contractor.”

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Single Axis Tracker for Sunset Moulding Tue, 08 Jun 2010 20:44:15 +0000 PPM financed, constructed, owns and operates the new solar power facility, which covers over 3 acres of land at the Chico plant. Sunset Moulding has agreed to purchase the solar electricity through a long term power purchase agreement (PPA). The system will produce over 1 million kWh of energy annually and more than 21 million kWh over the next 20 years.

The state-of-the-art system is made up of over 2,700 modules and one 500kW inverter. PPM’s proprietary monitoring system, SolarWatch will monitor the performance of the power plant.

“We’re excited to add Sunset Moulding to our growing portfolio of solar energy projects,” said Kelly McMahon, PPM’s Vice President of Business Development. “All of our systems are lowering energy costs for our customers. Our PPA program is proof that our customers can have the economic and environmental benefits of green energy without the capital investment.”

With rapidly rising energy costs, the solar installation will provide predictable energy costs for Sunset Moulding, helping to reduce their costs for the manufacturing of quality wood products. This system will help reduce Sunset Moulding’s carbon footprint by displacing Carbon Dioxide emissions from 2,148,875 gallons of gasoline consumed during the guaranteed life of the solar system.

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