$3.2 M Solar Project Destined for Mobile Home Park

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] WorldWater & Power has signed a $3.2 million contract to build and install a solar electric power system for Tri-Palms Estates Mobile Home Park and Golf Community in Thousand Palms, California. The photovoltaic (PV) system will provide electricity for the clubhouse and for other electrical needs around the park. The installation is expected to substantially reduce electrical usage costs for the facility. WorldWater plans to construct canopies over the parking area to hold the PV panels that will power the system. Plans call for construction of the canopies and installation of the systems to be managed and supervised by Quantum Energy Group, the California engineering, construction and project management firm acquired by WorldWater & Power Corp. earlier this year. The contract is subject to approval of the rebate application, following which construction is expected to begin immediately.
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