The second part of a 25-MW, multi-campus photo voltaic + storage mission is underway at Bishop Ranch, a 600-acre mixed-use neighborhood in San Ramon, California. Sunset Development Company and DSD Renewables returned for the second part of the mission, which is able to add 35,000 photo voltaic panels throughout Bishop Ranch’s workplace buildings.
As soon as accomplished in Q1 2024, the second set up will offset Bishop Ranch’s vitality utilization by 90%.
“As we proceed to rework Bishop Ranch right into a vibrant downtown, DSD stays the best associate to help in getting us one step nearer to our final aim of relying 100% on clear, renewable vitality,” stated Alexander Mehran, Jr., president and CEO of Sundown Growth Firm. “DSD’s acclaimed, state-of-the-art expertise displays and enhances Bishop Ranch’s dedication to sustainability. The immense scale of this second part, together with its progressive design and general aesthetic, is about to position San Ramon on the map for photo voltaic and vitality storage installations.”
In 2021, Sundown Growth Firm labored with DSD to develop the primary part of the photo voltaic set up at Bishop Ranch’s Metropolis Middle, a LEED Platinum-certified purchasing middle, which options rooftop and cover PV techniques that offset 75% of Metropolis Middle’s whole vitality utilization.
“We’re proud to work intently with Sundown Growth Firm and have established a powerful relationship with all the workforce,” stated Ben Jones, DSD’s EVP of cover design engineering. “The second part of photo voltaic set up at Bishop Ranch is a testomony to their sustainable enterprise practices, and we’re excited to associate with them at this scale to design and construct this architecturally beautiful photo voltaic plus storage portfolio.”
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