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Posting as Cenergy, Patrick Ball serves Cenergy Power as an Energy Analyst, administrator of the website, social media, and Blog editor.

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Cenergy Continues Its Agriculture and C&I Market Growth in California

This Cenergy Alert is to inform you of Cenergy Power's continued growth and capability to serve agricultural, commercial and industrial (C&I) businesses in its home state of California.  As of January 1, 2017, Cenergy has developed, engineered and installed +200 megawatts (MW) over +250 solar projects. For 2016,

Ground Is Broken For The AEC Sun Anza Solar Energy Project
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Ground Is Broken For The AEC Sun Anza Solar Energy Project

By: Tony Ault, Anza Valley Outlook, October 21, 2016 The groundbreaking for the long-awaited Sun Anza solar project at the Anza Electric Cooperative property took place Oct. 15 with AEC board members, county officials and Cenergy Power contractors attending. Barry Brown, director of engineering Arizona’s Generation and Transmission Cooperatives,

MPK Goes Green With Solar Panels
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MPK Goes Green With Solar Panels

By: David Barron, SGV West Valley Journal, September 19, 2016 City of Monterey Park is going green with the installation of solar panels at three city locations, according to a decision made at a Sept. 14 council meeting. The city selected a Cenergy Power proposal to install solar panels at

1.3 Megawatt Solar Canopy System for Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center
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1.3 Megawatt Solar Canopy System for Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center

BAKERSFIELD, CA- October 20, 2016 - Cenergy Power and the Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center (CBCC) have announced the ground breaking of a 1.3 megawatt (MW) solar canopy system at CBCC's Bakersfield facilities. The project will generate an estimated 1,850 megawatt hours (MWh) per year which is equivalent

Cenergy Power Completes 4th Solar Project for  Western Precooling Systems
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Cenergy Power Completes 4th Solar Project for Western Precooling Systems

Cenergy Power, a leading U.S. commercial solar integrator, has announced the completion of the latest solar project for cold storage services veteran, Western Precooling. The project is located at Western Precooling’s cold storage and strawberry cooling facility located on Mountain View Avenue in Oxnard, California. Western Precooling’s

Seneca Resources Corporation Reduces Carbon Footprint with 3.1 MW Solar System at their Oil Field in Kern County, California
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Seneca Resources Corporation Reduces Carbon Footprint with 3.1 MW Solar System at their Oil Field in Kern County, California

Bakersfield, CA – August 16, 2016 – BAP Power Corporation (dba Cenergy Power) announced the completion of a 3.1 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic solar system for Seneca Resources Corporation’s North Midway Sunset oil field (Oil Field) located in Kern County, California. The project is expected to produce roughly 5.5 million

Environmental and Economic Benefits of Building Solar in California: Quality Careers — Cleaner Lives
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Environmental and Economic Benefits of Building Solar in California: Quality Careers — Cleaner Lives

IntroductionOn November 1, 2014, the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change1 warned: Continued emission of greenhouse gases will cause further warming and long-lasting changes in all components of the climate system, increasing the likelihood of severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems.2 In summarizing this study,