The proposed project involves the construction and use of solar panels on the undeveloped portion of the 2.5-acre water well facilities site at 43205 5th Street West. The system will be a 350 kilowatt ground mounted single-axis tracker solar photovoltaic system. The solar panels will be used to offset power loads to operate the pumps and receive credit from Southern CA Edison when the site produces extra electricity. The average power loads at the site total 760,000 kilowatt-hours per year.
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