Cupertino Completes Solar PV Rooftop Installation in Pleasanton and Novato

Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) Energy Alternatives today announced the completion of a 360 kilowatt (kW) Design/Build solar photovoltaic (PV) installation for the City of Pleasanton and a 36,190 Watt Design/Build solar PV installation for the City of Novato. Both of the city-based solar systems are mounted on the rooftops of the cities’ respective corporate yards.

“The CEI-installed PV system at our corporate yard is a major component of the City of Novato’s renewable energy initiative”
“We are excited to unveil our largest renewable energy project to date to reduce our collective environmental impact and energy costs,” said Daniel Smith, Director of Operations for the City of Pleasanton. “We chose Cupertino Electric not only for its competitive pricing, but also for its history of safety and ability to reliably design and build complex solar projects.”

“The CEI-installed PV system at our corporate yard is a major component of the City of Novato’s renewable energy initiative,” said Michael Frank, City Manager for the City of Novato. “The Design/Build services offered by Cupertino Electric’s Energy Alternatives Division ensured an integrated approach to the project.”

About the Solar Installations

The 360 kW City of Pleasanton solar system was completed in four months and is part of the city’s effort to reduce its carbon footprint and associated energy costs. The system was designed and built by CEI, spans four buildings at the city’s corporate yard and is comprised of 1568 rooftop-mounted 230 Watt modules. The 36,190 Watt DC-rated City of Novato solar system designed and built by CEI sits atop a corrugated steel rooftop at the city’s corporate yard and turns previously unused roof space into an energy-generating asset for the city.


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