SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS Wire)–Cupertino Electric, Inc. (CEI) Energy Alternatives Division and Mountain View/Los AltOS High School District announced today that THE CEI to design and build 1.26 Megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) system by reason of the scale of the multiple virtuaalikampusten district. Solar system is part of a larger modernisation programme, funded by bonds konttialuksille million dollars, and is installed in the canopies of the region’s Mountain View and Los AltOS high school virtuaalikampusten at. The system is expected to 45% of the region: to meet the needs of today’s electricity.
Joe White, Associate Superintendent of Business Services for District “even though we are proud of our students ‘ academic performance, we are giving away recognition, we also feel it is important to educate students on the role of the sustainability and the greater community,” said. “Cupertino Electric, solar system, designed to give us a unique opportunity to explain the science behind renewable energy projects and to give the students the opportunity to experience first-hand the investment awards. “
The construction of the solar system
Region: n 1.26 MW solar PV system consists of two separate regime on canopies installed: 755 kilowatt (kW), the system of Mountain View-high school campus and Los Alto high school campus 515 kW system. Parking-lots virtuaalikampusten is located approximately 95,000 square feet in the canopies to cover System construction is expected to begin.   29.November 2010, and that will be managed by Rick Kramer Kramer Project Development company, Inc., the project will be built in stages on the basis of the available student parking spaces is a Mountain View and Los AltOS high school virtuaalikampusten effects.
The Sun, the effects of the Project environment
During Its 25 years of the life of the region: n solar system is assumed to be generating 39,302,704 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity each year, an amount equivalent to the CO2 emissions from electricity use 100 homes. System during the lifetime of the estimated hours shall be valued on the basis of kilowatt-is approximately 11.1 million dollar $. energy savings, to supplement the District will receive PG E rebates for contracts with a value of approximately 1.6 million dollars.