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Solar Projects

06 March 2013

Cool Earth Solar is installing solar power plants in California, Nevada, and Texas. Many of these projects include traditional flat panel PV, while other project sites are planned to feature our CPV technology.

Shames Construction

Cool Earth Solar installed a new 41 kW solar system at Shames Construction in Livermore, CA. Cool Earth Solar provided a full turnkey solar project, including permitting, design, procurement, and installation.

JP Graphics

Cool Earth Solar developed and constructed a 42 kW solar system at JP Graphics in Santa Clara, CA. We provided a full turnkey solar project, including permitting, design, procurement, and installation.

All American Label

Cool Earth Solar installed a 172 kW solar facility on the roof of All American Label located in Dublin, CA. We provided a full turnkey solar solution, which included permitting, design, procurement, and installation.

Sandia Project

The Sandia/Lawrence Livermore National Lab project is under construction and is Cool Earth Solar's first public demonstration site of our unique CPV technology. Please see the Sandia Project page for more information regarding this first technology deployment and, also, the news page for a few media stories and press releases.

Please take a moment to watch this engaging video on YouTube featuring our partnership with Sandia Lab.

Altamont Solar Energy Center

The Altamont Solar Energy Center is our first utility scale solar power plant project. It is a 20 MW site located in Northern California and is in advanced development stage. Please see the Altamont Solar Energy Center page and the News Page for additional information.

DGE Project

The DGE Project is an integrated energy project located in West Texas. Cool Earth Solar has a partnership with the D'Arcinoff Group to assist in the development of this important facility. Please refer to the DGE Project page and the News Page for more information.

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