Desert district looks to the sun for energy savings

“The program includes the installation of a series of 2.08-megawatt solar photovoltaic projects across five water-well sites and the district administrative office in Ridgecrest. The solar systems at the water well sites are ground-mounted, fixed-tilt solar PV systems to allow for optimal energy capturing. At the administrative office, ENGIE Services U.S. constructed a solar carport system, which generates energy, while providing much-needed shade for cars parked in the hot desert sun.”

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