Utility-Scale Distributed Solar Gets Blast-Off in California

January 23, 2010 by  
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The California Public Utilities Commission has just voted unanimously to approve Southern California Edison’s plan to install scores of tiny (for a utility) 1 MW to 2 MW grid-connected systems scattered across the rooftops of commercial buildings throughout the utility’s Southern California service area – to eventually add up to a half Gigawatt of distributed solar power. SCE had already installed the first module of the many distributed power plants in 2008, without knowing if the long term 500 MW plan would be approved. With the approval this week the project ramps up; the SCE will add another 50 MW each year

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Utility-Scale Distributed Solar Gets Blast-Off in California

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