Cupertino Electric starts work on 2MW California system



Lodi Unified School District and Cupertino Electric’s alternative energy division have begun building a 2MW PV system in Lodi, California. Cupertino Electric has designed the system, which is comprised of four smaller systems mounted on car park canopies at schools across the district.

“We are excited to begin construction on the multi-campus solar system that will decrease energy costs and, subsequently, increase student-related spending,” said Art Hand, assistant superintendent of facilities and planning for Lodi Unified School District. “We plan to positively impact the environment, as well as our students who will gain a real-world opportunity to learn about green jobs and technologies.”

The sub-systems, which will be completed by the end of summer, are being installed at Ronald E. McNair High School, Bear Creek High School, Christa McAuliffe Middle School and the school district head office in Lodi.

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