Sierra Lopes, marketing specialist at Baloian Farms in Fresno, photographs the company’s new solar panels that nearly cover the 108,000 square feet of roof space on the company’s packing and cooling plant, Thursday, April 14. The company recently completed installation of 3,370 solar panels.
Sierra Lopes, marketing specialist at Baloian Farms in Fresno, photographs the company’s new solar panels that nearly cover the 108,000 square feet of roof space on the company’s packing and cooling plant, Thursday, April 14. The company recently completed installation of 3,370 solar panels. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Sierra Lopes, marketing specialist at Baloian Farms in Fresno, photographs the company’s new solar panels that nearly cover the 108,000 square feet of roof space on the company’s packing and cooling plant, Thursday, April 14. The company recently completed installation of 3,370 solar panels. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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