Bid Process for 300 kW Solar PV System Begins Soon

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Members of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) authorized SFPUC General Manager Susan Leal to move forward in requesting bids and negotiating a contract to design and build a $2.4 million, 300 kW solar electric system on the roof of the Northpoint Water Pollution Control Plant. The new solar system should pay for itself through energy savings over the life of the project and provide clean solar energy equivalent to power 300 homes. The Northpoint project will complement systems already installed atop the Moscone Convention Center and large solar systems already approved for the Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant, Pier 96 and smaller solar systems atop ten San Francisco libraries and schools.
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