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Clorox Turns On Fairfield Plant's Solar Power System

April 26, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Clorox announced the company has activated the solar panel system at its Fairfield Cleaning facility in California. Capable of producing 500 kilowatts of electricity during daylight hours the ground-mounted system is designed to help the facility reduce its electric power consumption by a significant portion. According to the company, Fairfield Cleaning is the first company-owned facility with installed solar power system. Power Purchase Agreements built the system, as well as Clorox’s first installation at its leased regional warehouse in Aberdeen, Maryland.
Eric Snyder and Jamie Owen, "Fairfield Plant Goes Solar", The Clorox Company, April 26, 2017, © The Clorox Company
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