Rosendin Electric, a San Jose, Calif.-based private electrical contractor, says it will break ground this week on a new photovoltaic power installation project for the Antelope Valley Union High School District (UHSD).
This 9.4 MW installation spans 10 schools and is the largest school solar project undertaken in California to date, according to the company. The Rosendin Electric Solar division has been contracted to support engineering for the $50 million Antelope Valley UHSD solar project and will assume full responsibility for procurement and construction.
Rosendin Electric will work with PsomasFMG of Los Angeles, the project and asset manager for the installation, and with GCL Solar, a subsidiary of GCL-Poly Energy, which recently signed a solar project agreement with PsomasFMG to purchase the Antelope Valley UHSD project.
The project is targeted for completion in the first quarter of 2011.
SOURCE: Rosendin Electric