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Design, Build and Operate

Swinerton Sees Bright Future in Monitoring, O&M as Well as Construction By Brad Graves Originally published April 13, 2017 at 2:28 p.m., updated April 13, 2017 at 2:28 p.m.
   

Swinerton Renewable Energy employees operate and monitor solar projects throughout the Western U.S. from the company office in Rancho Bernardo. The solar panels in the background are from two projects in Kern County. Photos courtesy of Swinerton Renewable Energy

Swinerton Renewable Energy employees operate and monitor solar projects throughout the Western U.S. from the company office in Rancho Bernardo. The solar panels in the background are from two projects in Kern County. Photos courtesy of Swinerton Renewable Energy

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Photo courtesy of Swinerton Renewable Energy

— Swinerton Builders didn’t see itself operating and maintaining renewable energy plants when it entered the solar industry nine years ago...

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