Lockheed Martin Produces Own Power

Lockheed Martin Produces Own Power

by Linda KC Reynolds
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Just in time for summer: Carol Cala, Lockheed Martin Corporate vice president of Energy, Environment, Safety and Health, (left) Melani Austin, Lockheed Martin Skunkworks VP of Execution and Integration and Palmdale Mayor James Ledford cut a ribbon in celebration of Lockheed Martin’s new solar farm. Built on seven acres, the farm has the distinction of being one of the largest, single axis photovoltaic systems built on-site in an industrial location in Southern California.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 11:20am


As temperatures and energy cost rise, Lockheed Martin Skunkworks in Palmdale, Calif., is doing their part to not only conserve energy, but to create it.

“Lockheed Martin has a very strong commitment towards sustainability and environmental stewardship, as such we actively set GO Green goals on carbon, energy, water and waste reduction to be reached by 2020,” said Melani Austin, Lockheed Martin Skunkworks vice president of Execution and Integration.

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