Caltrans Unveils 251 kW Solar PV Power Plant

Caltrans (California’s Transportation Department) unveiled a solar energy system with the deployment of a 251 kW photovoltaic (PV) system at its District 10 in Stockton. The PV installation was built under a power purchase agreement (PPA) with SunEdison in which Caltrans benefits from solar energy with no upfront cost, avoiding a capital installation. SunEdison built, owns and will maintain the solar system. SunEdison will sell the solar energy to Caltrans at costs lower than PG&E rates.
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