Congratulations to Sonoma County and Tulare County’s Woodlake Unified School District for the approval of California Energy Commission (CEC) loans to install solar photovoltaics (PV) in their buildings. Per the CEC’s release:
The County of Sonoma received a nearly $500,000 loan to install solar photovoltaic panels at a fleet operations facility. The 93-kilowatt system is expected to save the county almost $25,000 in utility costs annually. The Woodlake Unified School District in Tulare County received a $1 million loan to install photovoltaic panels at the district’s transportation facility. The 325-kilowatt system is expected to save the district more than $65,000 annually in utility costs. Both projects are funded through the Energy Conservation Assistance Act and will reduce electricity consumption and utility expenses, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
For more information, visit the CEC’s press release.