"The City of Plesanton is excited to unveil our largest renewable energy project to date to reduce our collective environmental impact and energy costs. 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 PV projects."
In keeping with the county of Alameda’s goal to divert seventy five percent (75%) of landfill waste through recycling, the city of Pleasanton has been investing in sustainability technologies. The city of Pleasanton's most recent “green” investment is in a solar energy photovoltaic (PV) system engineered and installed by Cupertino Electric.
We designed the solar system that spans four buildings at the city’s corporate yard, features a DC rating of 360 kW and is comprised of 1568 rooftop-mounted 230 Watt modules. The system was installed over a two-month period between November 2009 and January 2010 and represents part of the city’s effort to reduce its carbon footprint and associated energy costs.