448 kW DC
Powering corporate headquarters with renewable energy.
4.53 MW DC
Ventura County, CA
Leading the way in public-sector clean energy investments.
Pittsburg Unified School District
3.49 MW DC
Offsetting energy costs across the district.
1.16 MW DC
Rohnert Park, CA
A sustainable, multi-use campus.
Turtle Bay Resort
702 kW DC
Kahuku, Oahu, HI
An iconic, sustainable Hawaii hotel.
1.16 MW DC
Leading the California State University system in renewable energy adoption.
647 kW DC
The legendary fresh foods producer wanted a more sustainable energy source for Dole Plantation and their fruit processing facility.
27.6 MW AC
The largest solar project in Hawaii.
1.74 MW DC
Streamlining manufacturing costs with renewable energy.
Hampton Inn & Suites
102 kW DC
Creating shade and savings.
1.01 MW DC
Helping to Build “Everything for the Closet And…More!”
388.47 kW DC
Paso Robles, CA
Niner Winery makes sustainability a priority.
4.2 MW DC
CA & TX
Leading the way in renewable energy and sustainability for the fresh foods industry.
298 kW DC
Cutting operating expenses and differentiating a Honolulu-based business.
Valley Fine Foods
1.14 MW DC
Yuba City, CA
Creating healthy foods in a sustainable way.
945 kW DC
Santa Rosa, CA
Reducing time of use rates and demand charges for a leading winery.
1.05 MW DC
Santa Maria, CA
Running a greenhouse on clean energy.
Clean Energy Co.
886.59 kW AC
CO & MA
A portfolio of six community solar projects.
704 kW DC
This central coast winery made a commitment to operate on 100% renewable, solar energy.
1.15 MW DC
Mather AFB, CA
The FAA’s largest green initiative and recipient of the Outstanding Department of Transportation Sustainability Achievement Award.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs
30.89 MW DC
AZ, CA, CT, FL, NV, NY, TX, VA
Reducing energy costs for VA sites across the nation.
20.01 MW DC
CA, CO, FL, IN, MA, MD, NJ, OH, OR, PA, TX, UT, WA
Leading the way in sustainability, aiming for 100% renewable energy sources by 2020.
801 KW DC
Solar-powered tea time.
Ewa, Hilo, & Honolulu, HI
12 MW AC
Producing energy for Kauai’s residents.