Camp Pendleton Reduces Electricity Costs By Tens Of Thousands Of Dollars And Outputs Significantly Less Carbon Emissions

Sullivan Solar Power by: Sullivan Solar Power

April 18, 2012

A 345,900 kilowatt instillation project on the Camp Pendleton Marine base dining facility commences just after the completion of another solar project on the base.  Both contracts with Sullivan Solar Power are providing the base with tens of thousands of dollars in savings on electricity costs and a huge reduction in carbon emissions.  Furthermore, both systems have provided for creation of local jobs and revenue.


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