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SunEdison Partners with School District to Deliver 1.8 MW of Solar Power

May 2014 - SunEdison, a solar technology manufacturer and provider, partnered with Rosedale Union School District (RUSD) in Bakersfield, California, to install, monitor and manage 1.8 MW of solar shade canopies in parking lots of the district's nine schools. This solar energy project is expected to save the district approximately $55,000 in year one and more than $2 million in energy costs over 20 years. The solar system is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2014. SunEdison plans to install, monitor, and maintain the solar system at no additional expense to the district.

Press Release - SunEdison Partners With Rosedale Union School District To Deliver 1.8 MW Of Solar Power



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