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Cupertino Electric Inc. has completed a 20 MW solar photovoltaic project in Huron, Calif., for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E).

The project was built in eight months and is the third project that Cupertino Electric has built for PG&E under the utility's five-year clean energy initiative. The commercial operation date of the project is scheduled for June 29.

"This third successful PG&E project leveraged the knowledge Cupertino Electric gained on past utility-scale projects for PG&E and the skills of our outstanding in-house engineering and construction teams," says Paul Aggarwal, vice president of operations for Cupertino Electric's energy alternatives division.


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