California: Cupertino completes 20 MW PV project


Representing the third project undertaken by Cupertino for PG&E, the plant was built over an eight month period in Huron. It is officially scheduled to go online on June 29.

Commenting, John Conway, senior vice president of energy supply for PG&E said, "These new solar facilities demonstrate our ongoing commitment to providing our customers with some of the cleanest energy in the nation. We’re proud that more than half of our electricity comes from sources that are renewable or emit no greenhouse gases."

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