U.S.: Construction to get underway on California’s largest school solar project


Located in the Antelope Valley Union High School District, Rosendin Electric will work with PsomasFMG of Los Angeles, the project and asset manager for the installation, and with GCL Solar, a subsidiary of GCL-Poly Energy, which recently signed a solar project agreement with PsomasFMG to purchase the Antelope Valley UHSD project.

"When the project is completed in the first quarter of 2011," said Rosendin Electric in a statement, "[the company] will have been responsible for completing projects that deliver nearly 20 MW of solar power in the state of California within 18 months."

Rosendin Electric recently completed the installation of a 1.2 MW solar array at the Mineta San Jose International Airport with partner Canadian Solar, and is in the process of completing similar projects for the Hollister Wastewater Treatment Project, Hollister Unified School District, San Ysidro School District and the Arizona Western College in Yuma, AZ. Rosendin Electric will also complete a 5 MW solar project for the Sunset Reservoir in San Francisco within the next two months.