Sunvalley Solar wins 2.2 MW of solar installations in California

Sunvalley Solar Inc. announced July 11 that it has been awarded a contract to build two separate 1,107 KW (dc) photovoltaic systems for Wreden Ranch Dairy in Hanford, California.

Each 1.1 MW (dc) system is estimated to produce 2,139,492 KWh annually. The system will utilize 6,920 high efficiency 320 watt poly-crystalline solar panels. The total eligible project cost is over $4 million.

“This is definitely another milestone for Sunvalley Solar in terms of the system size and contractual value after our successful acquisition of Rayco Energy (now a full owned subsidiary of Sunvalley Solar Inc, focusing on residential and multi-family sector projects). The additional experienced management and EPCM professionals from Rayco Energy, have allowed Sunvalley Solar to develop its installation business in both Southern California and Northern California, in both commercial solar system and residential and multi-family sector projects,” said Mehmet Cercioglu.

Cercioglu is the General Manager of Sunvalley Solar Tech, a full-owned subsidiary of Sunvalley Solar that focuses on the commercial solar installation business.

The installation of this new project will start in mid 2016.

Sunvalley Solar is a solar system solution provider located in Los Angeles, California.

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