Brandon Birgado, left, Tiffany Nekota, John Cantillo and Ryan Go review installation plans for a 20,000 square-foot rooftop phot

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PEARL HARBOR (May 19, 2011) Brandon Birgado, left, project engineer for Standard Construction Group; Tiffany Nekota, project manager for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard; John Cantillo, engineering technician at Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii and Ryan Go, construction managing engineer at NAVFAC Hawaii, review installation plans for a 20,000 square-foot rooftop photovoltaic system at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. The photovoltaic system will reduce electricity costs for the Shipyard's Building 167 by $89,000 a year. (U.S. Navy photo by Marshall Fukuki/Released)

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 PEARL HARBOR (May 19, 2011) Brandon Birgado, left, project engineer for Standard Construction Group; Tiffany Nekota, project manager for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard; John Cantillo, engineering technician at Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Hawaii and Ryan Go, construction managing engineer at NAVFAC Hawaii, review installation plans for a 20,000 square-foot rooftop photovoltaic system at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. The photovoltaic system will reduce electricity costs for the Shipyard's Building 167 by $89,000 a year. (U.S. Navy photo by Marshall Fukuki/Released)