“Completing this solar project not only saves costs for our museum, but it also aligns with our tribal community goals and cultural values,” said Nicole Lim, Executive Director at the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center. “It is critical that we engage in daily practices that mitigate the impacts of climate change and natural disasters. We are doing our part for our…
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SolarCraft Completes Solar Power Installation at California Indian Museum & Cultural Center – Sonoma County Museum Installs Solar and Cuts Utility Bills
Novato, CA, January 18, 2022 –(PR.com)– The solar photovoltaic system is roof mounted, consisting of (180) high-efficiency 425-watt solar panels which will produce over 95,000 kWh of clean, renewable power every year. This will offset nearly 100% of the Museum’s electrical needs, allowing their operations to run on solar power with less than a percent of power reliance on the utility grid. Future plans to make the facility even more energy resilient include a battery backup installation, and the solar power system was designed to accommodate that.