In a statement released, the two parties say they have begun work on the first phase of their photovoltaic portfolio.
Overall, 50 MW worth of solar farms are expected to be developed and grid connected over the next 24 months. The generated electricity enough to power around 50,000 homes will be sold to PG&E.
"Together Panasonic and Pristine Sun are the leading integrators in the PG&E Feed-in Tariff program, setting a model that is scalable as both companies continue to entrench themselves as leaders in the U.S. utility solar market," stated Pristine Sun.
No further project details were released.
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