Q-Cells North America said it has completed two solar facilities with installed capacity of 30MW for Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) projects in the US state of California's Central Valley.

The company has completed the final phase of construction work of two solar power plants, namely the 20MW Cantua solar project and the 10MW Giffen project in Cantua Creek.

Q-Cells North America was selected as a preferred partner to deliver the 250 MW utility-owned generation (UOG) program, developed by PG&E, over five years.

Q.CELLS North America CEO Boris Schubert said, "It is our mission to offer customers, such as PG&E, a sustainable return on their investments in solar energy projects through our expertise in solar energy system design and construction, and we look forward to working with our partners to continue solar energy integration in North America."

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) senior vice president of energy supply John Conway said, "We’re proud that more than half of our electricity comes from sources that are renewable or emit no greenhouse gases."