El Dorado County Commercial Developer Goes Solar, Uses PG&E Rebate

El Dorado Hills, California [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Pacific Power Management completed the design and installation of a 266-kilowatt solar electric system for Cemo Commercial in El Dorado Hills. The multi-million dollar project qualifies for a $798,210 solar rebate from Pacific Gas and Electric Company. The system, designed and installed by Pacific Power Management will produce 466,000 kilowatt hours annually. The system will save Cemo Commercial approximately $7,000 per month in energy costs.

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