ReGreen recently celebrated TriCal’s first solar installation at their Mojave Desert location. The ribbon cutting ceremony welcomed vendors, Mojave Chamber of Commerce members, and local elected officials. Kern County Supervisor, Zack Scrivner, and a Field Rep from Assemblymember Tom Lackey’s office were also on hand to present Certificates of Recognition.
TriCal’s 158kW solar installation will reduce energy consumption for the manufacturer by 90% and free up close to $350,000 for the company over the next 10 years. In an ongoing effort to make their manufacturing process more sustainable, TriCal decided to embrace solar when they were approached by Los Angeles-based ReGreen. TriCal’s second-generation owner and President, Dean Storkan, was attracted to both the financial savings and the environmental benefits of going solar. He stated, “We invest a great deal in research and development for responsible innovation and we liked the idea of improving our sustainability efforts.” TriCal is proud to have found an alternative way of cutting costs and become one of the manufacturers in California that does so in a fashion that provides a positive impact on the environment. TriCal is proud to be a leader in sustainable manufacturing and looks forward to