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Hear from Annie Secrest, the County’s Energy and Water Coordinator, and John Diodati, the Interim Public Works Director, to learn about their new solar projects and their procurement process with SPURR and ForeFront Power.

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Chief Business Official, Sherrie Castellanos, speaks to South Monterey County Joint Union High School District’s decision to adopt solar energy and process for procurement with ForeFront Power and SPURR.

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ForeFront Power recently sat down with the Dick McKinley, the Public Works Director of the City of Paso Robles to understand why the municipality adopted solar and what advice he has to offer other cities and towns.

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Watch as Christine Miktarian and Dr. Carole Goldsmith describe their experience procuring solar across State Center Community College District (SCCCD). SCCCD partnered with ForeFront Power and School Project for Utility Rate Reduction (SPURR) to provide 7.4 megawatts (MW) of solar across four of its main campuses. The projects are expected to save the District up to $18 million in energy costs over twenty years via a Power Purchase Agreement framework with no upfront cost.

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ForeFront Power and the School Project for Utility Rate Reduction (SPURR) offer California schools, colleges, and other public agencies a streamlined path to solar and energy storage solutions. SPURR selected ForeFront Power through a state-wide, competitive Request for Proposal process.

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Chris Williams, the Superintendent of Paso Robles Joint Unified School District in California, discusses the motivations for adopting solar energy across their district and the procurement process using SPURR.

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ForeFront Power worked with the school district to develop five sites, representing 843 kW of installed solar PV capacity.

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Leaders from Atascadero Unified School District in California describe their motivations for solar, the procurement process through SPURR, and overall impact on the community. ForeFront Power worked with the school district to develop two sites, representing 316 kW of installed solar PV capacity.

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John Calise, the Director of Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects at Dixon Unified School District, explains his motivations and experiences with solar procurement across five schools in the Central Valley of California.