Sunvalley Solar Incorporated recently announced a new contract to install 112 kilowatts (KW) of solar energy for a Santa Ana, California food manufacturing company.
The solar technology and system integration company in a release this week said the new installation has the potential to create 160,338 kilowatt-hours (kWh) yearly.
James Zhang, CEO of Sunvalley Solar, Inc., commented on the deal:
“The steady increase in demand for commercial solar energy in Southern California bodes well for Sunvalley Solar. While in the process of implementing contracts garnered in 2011 and 2012 we continue to market our innovative solar solutions to new commercial clients. To fund our ever growing business we’ve worked earnestly to clean up our balance sheet and improve our cash flow. This, combined with our Joint Development Agreement with Blue Earth, Inc. (BBLU), allows Sunvalley to demonstrate its commitment to customers and shareholders alike. Though every business faces difficulties we are confident of our future success.”
Installation will start in September, 2012, the statement said.
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