Cannon Power Group Announces New San Luis Obispo Office
Del Mar, CA – Cannon Power announced today the opening of a new branch office in San Luis Obispo, California.
In making the announcement, Gary Hardke, Cannon’s President and Managing Director stated, “We are very pleased to be opening our new San Luis Obispo. This will provide us with additional support for our projects in the region.” The office will be headed up by Michael Toke, Cannon’s Senior Vice President and General Counsel, and Philip Martinez, Cannon’s Assistant General Counsel.
Cannon also recently opened its new corporate headquarters in Del Mar, California on January 5, 2009.
Cannon has two wind projects totaling 340 megawatts currently in construction – its Windy Point and Windy Flats projects in Goldendale, Washington. Both projects are expected to sell their power back into California. In addition to Windy Point/Windy Flats, Cannon’s other current projects include the Aubanel wind and solar project in Baja California, Mexico and the Lucerne Valley solar project in San Bernardino County, among others.
In addition to its Del Mar headquarters, Cannon offices now include San Luis Obispo, California; Portland, Oregon; Goldendale, Washington; Tijuana, Mexico; and Croatia.
For over 26 years, San Diego-based Cannon Power Group has developed, constructed, operated, and maintained more than 30 utility-scale wind energy projects in the U.S., and internationally. In 2007, Cannon established its solar project division, Cannon Solar Partners, LLC.