Renewable Properties, an investor and developer of small-scale utility and commercial solar energy projects throughout the U.S., is now constructing the American Canyon Solar Project in Napa County after months of development, planning and preparation. The company developed the small-scale utility solar project that will supply Marin Clean Energy (MCE), California’s first Community Choice Aggregation Program, with 3 MWac of in-service area solar electricity. The project is expected to begin delivery electricity to MCE by July of this year through a 20-year power purchase agreement.

“We’re grateful to Renewable Properties not only for investing in clean, renewable solar energy but for partnering with the Workforce Alliance of the North Bay to provide experience and local green-collar job opportunities to Napa County residents,” said Dawn Weisz, CEO of MCE. “By turning to sources like solar for Napa’s first Feed-In Tariff project, together we build a clean and secure energy future for California.”

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