Honey Factory Goes Solar

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] California’s first honey factory has gone solar. Miller’s Honey, located in Colton, California, celebrated the completion of a 120 kW solar photovoltaic system on its facility. The project was designed and installed by Permacity and secured a utility renewable energy rebate of US$50,000. The project has reportedly lowered the facility’s monthly electrical bill from approximately US$2,500 to US$250. Two other companies in the honey business have gone solar through Permacity as well: Cary’s Honey in Lindsay, CA (45 kW) and Bennett’s Honey in Piru, CA. (36 kW).
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