OAKLEY, Calif., Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hayworth-Fabian, LLC, the City of Oakley and the Oakley Chamber of Commerce have scheduled a Ground Breaking ceremony for a 1.68MW DC solar facility that will use S-Energy's high efficiency 295 W solar modules to provide shaded parking for the RVs and Boats at the Executive RV & Boat Storage facility located in Oakley, CA. Over 170,000 square feet of canopy parking engineered and constructed by Baja Construction will be the backbone of a solar energy facility engineered and constructed by Cenergy Power, a division of BAP Power Corporation. Under PG&E's Small Generator Feed-In-Tariff ("FiT") program, PG&E will purchase the solar power generated at this site under a 20 year contract. Additionally, the shade provided by the solar modules will offer shaded parking for RVs and Boats, a unique attribute of this state-of-the-art RV & Boat Storage facility.
This project will highlight the successful implementation of PG&E's Solar FiT Program, while we await California's expansion of the FiT program – SB 32. In addition, the project will also highlight new developments and opportunities in the RV & Boat Storage business, utilizing traditional bank financing with Bay Commercial Bank and the SBA, through the Bay Area Development Company.
About Baja Construction (www.bajacarports.com)
Headquartered in Martinez, California, Baja Construction, Inc. ("Baja") is a specialized construction company committed to designing and engineering solar steel structures. Baja has been building carport and steel structures for over 25 years. Considered a leader in solar support structures, Baja operates nationally and has installations in 34 states.
About Cenergy Power (www.cenergypower.com)
Cenergy Power is a commercial solar integrator providing unmatched solar value for large commercial and industrial applications. It is comprised of seasoned professionals in the areas of power quality, power engineering and project financing.
About S-Energy (www.s-energy.com)
S-ENERGY is one of the longest standing PV module manufacturers in the world, with over 20 years of manufacturing experience and know-how. The company manufactures S-Energy branded PV modules, as well as PV modules for other leading original equipment manufacturers, or OEMs. S-Energy was originally a business unit of Samsung Electronics. S-Energy spun off from Samsung in 2001 and they became a publicly traded company in Korea in 2007.
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