Rafael Reyes on Monday, 27 August 2012 16:11
A solar development company last week applied to install a three megawatt photovoltaic system in Cloverdale, which would be the largest solar array to date in Sonoma County. The project is proposed on 20 acres on an old wood waste dump, considered undesirable for farming or vineyards. The $12 million project is being proposed by Cenergy Power, a Modesto and Carlsbad-based company that specializes in solar installations for agricultural uses, including pistachio, almond and fig processing facilities.
- as seen on the Daily Bright Spot www.cabrightspot.org