Davis-based Blue Oak Energy, which designs, builds and maintains photovoltaic systems in the United States, said today that it has completed installation of a 4.2-megawatt solar facility in the Butte County community of Gridley.
The electricity generated by the facility will be directed to two members of the Northern California Power Agency through separate energy meters: the city of Gridley and Bay Area Rapid Transit.
The Gridley solar facility is a ground-mounted system comprised of 17,584 solar panels.
"This project will generate power economically for NCPA's customers every year for the next 20-plus years," said Tobin Booth, CEO of Blue Oak.
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