Watch: How Community Solar Works in California

July 31, 2018

ForeFront Power is proud to have the first approved community solar projects in both PG&E and SDG&E service territories in California. This new community solar program allows solar developers and customers to sign agreements to enroll to a portion of the output of a solar facility. In addition, you receive a credit on your utility bill for this solar energy. 

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Topics: new projects, solutions, california

Dixon USD: How the District Successfully Completed 843 kW of Solar Across 5 Locations

June 15, 2018

ForeFront Power is proud to have worked closely with Dixon Unified School District to realize their renewable energy and savings goals. Our team partnered with Dixon USD to conceptualize, design, develop, and finance 843 kilowatts (kW) of solar power across five locations.

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Topics: new projects, california, case studies

Paso Robles JUSD: Solar Explained With Superintendent Chris Williams

March 22, 2018

ForeFront Power’s partnership with Paso Robles Joint Unified School District is a great example of our ability to maximize a customer’s energy savings along with their solar footprint. Our team worked with Paso Robles JUSD to conceptualize, design, develop, and finance solar power at six district schools, totaling 1.7 megawatts (MW).

The portfolio maximized the District’s energy savings by utilizing carports that capitalize on available solar options like Net Energy Meter Aggregation (NEMA) and solar-friendly rate tariff, A-6. Moreover, the District was able to leverage a Power Purchase Agreement financing mechanism that offered the benefits of solar energy with no upfront cost.

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Topics: new projects, california, case studies

Atascadero USD: The Story Behind The Decision to Adopt Solar

February 20, 2018

ForeFront Power prides itself on providing excellent service to school districts large and small across the United States. At Atascadero Unified School District in California, the ForeFront Power team developed two systems totaling 316 kilowatts (kW).

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Topics: new projects, california, case studies