Camp Pendleton Increases its Solar Power

Head Shot Image of Tim Grenda with green background by: Tim Grenda

April 17, 2013

Camp Pendleton's two new solar power installations at the Edson Range and Chappo dining facilities are expected to save the military thousands of dollars in electricity costs and eliminate an estimated 13 million pounds of CO2 emssions.

"Camp Pendleton should be recognized as a leader in utilizing renewable energy opportunities. Between this solar installation and those completed within the last year, it's obvious that the base is committed to developing a renewable future for coming generations," said Daniel Sullivan, Founder of Sullivan Solar Power.

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