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Cupertino Electric completes 1.2 megawatt solar system for Golden Valley Unified School District

Monday, Nov 12, 2012

The Energy Alternatives Division of Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) today announced the completion of a ground-mount and parking lot canopy-based 1.2 Megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) system for the Golden Valley Unified School District in Madera, California. The district’s solar system was designed and built by CEI and was installed on canopies and nearby land owned by the district between February and June of 2012.

“As school budgets continue to be razor thin, we are overjoyed to have a solar system up and running to offset our electricity costs at Golden Valley”

“As school budgets continue to be razor thin, we are overjoyed to have a solar system up and running to offset our electricity costs at Golden Valley,” said Andy Alvarado, superintendent of Golden Valley Unified School District. “Our annual cost of electricity will be no greater than what we paid in the last year before we converted to solar, thanks to Cupertino Electric and project manager TerraVerde Renewable Partners.”

Source: Business Wire

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