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Coldwell Solar Acquires 40 Megawatt Utility Project

By June 16, 2015March 6th, 2017News

ROCKLIN, Calif., June 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Coldwell Solar, Inc. announces today the company has acquired a 40 megawatt utility solar project. CEO Dave Hood says, “We are excited about this project that has been strategically located to benefit from its dual qualification for both utility local and transmission criteria. This dual qualification is highly desirable because it is a requirement placed on the utility companies to deal with local and long distance transmission of power. Due to non-disclosure agreements, I can’t tell you its exact location, however it’s located in Central California and we expect to break ground in late 2016.”

About Coldwell Solar
Coldwell Solar, Inc. is headquartered in Rocklin, California, with additional offices in Visalia, Burbank and Petaluma. Since 1986 the company’s stringent standards of quality and transparency, coupled with integrity in all of the company’s work, is reflected in the core business values from management to integration. Coldwell Solar focuses on serving utilities, commercial buildings, processing facilities, schools, manufacturing and industrial companies, agriculture, architects and general contractors. The company is certified to meet the most complex standards and consistently delivers the highest-quality, long-lasting workmanship.

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