"AlsoEnergy is providing web-based PowerTrackT performance monitoring and financial tracking software in addition to our PowerLobbyT kiosk display systems," said AlsoEnergy CEO Robert Schaefer. "AlsoEnergy's mission-critical and real-time monitoring technology helps make it possible to deliver cost-competitive solar energy as solar moves toward electric power grid parity."
The project will be operational by the end of 2011, with systems located at 35 sites including the San Diego Unified Schools, the University of California at Davis and Contra Costa County. Main Street Power is partnering with locally based solar installation firms and will own and operate the installed systems.
"This is our second successful New Market Tax Credit transaction and we could not be more proud to be part of the entire partnership. We are extremely appreciative of the team effort among all the entities involved to get these important projects started," said Main Street Power CEO Amory Host.
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