Sunvalley Solar signs 176 Kilowatt solar installation contract for $760K

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Sunvalley Solar signs 176 Kilowatt solar installation contract for $760K

Sunvalley Solar, a solar power technology and solar
system integration company, has signed a 176 Kilowatt commercial solar
installation contract with XL Biofuels, in Thermal, California.

The total contracted value is over $760K and is supported
by solar incentive rebates from the local utility company and Federal Tax Cash
Grants from the Federal Treasury Department. The company will begin
installation of this project in mid-2012.

Sunvalley Solar
is focusing to reduce the world’s carbon foot print from traditional energy
sources to make renewable sources such as solar the nation’s mainstream source
of power.

“The XL Biofuels contract complements the over 1 M
Watts of power signed last year, and it continues the sales momentum and growth
of last year. Sunvalley strives to consistently provide our clients with
optimum solar solutions of the highest quality in the most efficient
manner,” said
James Zhang, CEO of Sunvalley Solar.

The 176 Kilowatt solar power system will generate 286,996
Kilowatt hours of electricity annually. This system uses high efficiency solar
panels from Jiangsu JiaSheng Photovoltaic Technology and solar inverters from
PV Powered.

Sunvalley Solar recently announced that it signed
a 39 Kilowatt commercial solar installation contract for a company in Valencia,
California.

By GreentechLead.com Team
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