Construction crews install solar photovoltaic panels at the 1,900-acre Tranquillity Solar Facility in western Fresno County, in this frame from a Recurrent Energy video.
Construction crews install solar photovoltaic panels at the 1,900-acre Tranquillity Solar Facility in western Fresno County, in this frame from a Recurrent Energy video. RECURRENT ENERGY Special to The Bee
Construction crews install solar photovoltaic panels at the 1,900-acre Tranquillity Solar Facility in western Fresno County, in this frame from a Recurrent Energy video. RECURRENT ENERGY Special to The Bee

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January 21, 2017 10:00 AM

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