WALNUT, Calif. Jan. 21, 2011 Sunvalley Solar Coachella, California
The solar system is expected to generate 96,649 Kilowatt hours of electricity annually. During the peak months of May through October the system will generate surplus power and earn credits with Imperial Irrigation District Utility, offsetting the less sunny winter months.
The installation for Leja Farms, Inc. will begin in the middle of 2011.
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