I was pleased to read about the 450 jobs and $3.1 million in local spending during construction of the Mustang solar project (Solar power facility goes live in Kings, Hanford Sentinel 8/24/16). The project produces solar energy that benefits customers of Sonoma Clean Power and Marin Clean Energy. Meanwhile, the South Valley remains tied to […]
About Pedro Hernández
Pedro is historian, teacher, and social community. Currently, he is an organizer for the Community Water Center and CPX’s correspondent for the South San Joaquin Valley.
Entries by Pedro Hernández
Located in the North Los Angeles, Antelope Valley region, Lancaster has suffered from unhealthy levels of smog, ozone (see Air Pollution), and dirty air for years. To address this, Lancaster has initiated various clean energy programs, led by Mayor R. Rex Parris, with a goal to make the city the “solar capital of the world.” The city was […]