$7.5 M Solar Power System for Sonoma Mountain Village

[The Press Democrat] The commercial core of the proposed Sonoma Mountain Village will be powered by the county’s largest solar energy system. The $7.5 million system, which would begin generating power this fall, is scheduled to be installed this summer atop one of the former Agilent Technologies buildings in Rohnert Park . The system, designed by PowerLight Corp., will feature a 90,000-square-foot array of photovoltaic panels clamped onto the building’s metal roof. They will convert sunlight into electricity for the five buildings Codding Enterprises purchased from Agilent a year ago. For the full story, use the following link.
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