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- Real Estate Roundup (August 2009)
- PG&E Solar Project Marks Construction Milestone
- Did you know?
Real Estate Roundup - (August 2009)
- 767 Eubanks Drive, Vacaville – 65,000 SF lease renewal to CSK
- 640 Eubanks Court, Suite 900, Vacaville – 5,600 SF lease to Novartis
Colliers International (www.colliersparrish.com)
- 5357-5365 Industrial Way, Benicia – 13,930 SF lease renewal to Areva NP, Inc.
- 2701 Maxwell Drive, Fairfield – 150,000 SF lease renewal to Amcor Pet Packaging USA
- 324 Campus Lane, Fairfield – 13,930 SF lease expansion to Private Industry Council
Cushman & Wakefield (www.cushmanwakefield.com)
- 499 Edison Court, Fairfield - 5,100 SF lease to Westinghouse
- 499 Edison Court, Fairfield – 3,300 SF lease to Michael Ellis
- 2850 Cordelia Road, Fairfield - 1,700 SF lease to NdataStor
- 380 Chadbourne Road, Fairfield – 1,700 SF lease renewal to Honeywell
Premier Commercial (www.pcres.net)
- 260 Link Road, Fairfield – 3,500 SF lease to Living Waters Ministries, Inc.
The Wiseman Company (www.wisemanco.com)
- 2420 Martin Road, Fairfield – 7,500 SF lease to EMQ Families First
PG&E Solar Project Marks Construction Milestone
For many construction projects, the biggest challenge is getting past all the reviews and winning all the approvals needed to actually put shovels in the ground.
PG&E's 2 megawatt solar photovoltaic pilot project--named the Vaca-Dixon Solar Station after the electrical substation it neighbors--has achieved that milestone and is moving quickly to become a reliable source of clean, renewable electric power later this year.
This photo, taken September 14, shows the first panels going up. They are polycrystalline modules from Solon Corporation, which PG&E selected after competitive bid as the turnkey supplier to build the facility.
Solon is building the facility with help from Silverwood Energy, Inc., a California disabled veteran business enterprise.
The pilot represents the utility's first step in implementing its plan to promote 500 MW of clean new PV power over five years--250 MW to be built by the utility and 250 MW by independent developers. (The plan, proposed in February, is under consideration by the California Public Utilities Commission.)
If the projects are approved and finished by 2015, they are expected to deliver more than 1,000 gigawatt hours of power each year, equal to the annual consumption of about 150,000 average homes. In all, this program would meet over 1.3 percent of PG&E's electric demand.
For more information on Solano’s energy opportunities be sure to attend the Solano EDC Member Breakfast Event, November 19th, 2009 on the Solano Energy Cluster Study.
Marshall, Jonathan. “PG&E Solar Project Marks Construction Milestone”. PG&E. Web. September 15, 2009.
Did you know?
Queen Elizabeth II was one of many celebrities known to stop by the Nut Tree for a visit.
In fact, in 1983 they catered a state luncheon for her in the rotunda of the State Capitol in Sacramento serving sole and shrimp as the entrée (They were an early leader in a cooking style called ‘California Cuisine’). Trying to please the Queen, the Nut Tree staff brewed 50 different types of teas so the queen could pick her favorite. She decided she would have a coffee instead, later switching to a gin and tonic.
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