The company is the world’s largest producer of renewable energy and the company has become an industry leader in the solar industry, but now it’s looking to get its solar project going.
In April, the company purchased the property formerly known as the Universal Studios Hollywood, a property owned by Universal Pictures, which was built by Universal Studios California and sold in 2002 for $1.4 billion.
According to Disney, the project is the first phase of a new project called Solar Ranch that will provide power to more than 1 million homes.
The solar project will be installed by the company’s solar-powered energy management system, or SERS.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney CEO Bob Iger said the solar project “will provide a significant boost to our solar portfolio as well as a new way to produce solar energy in California.”
Solar Ranch will be a solar-pumped system, which means it will generate electricity by converting sunlight into electricity.
The solar-panel installation will include a 3,500-square-foot solar farm, which will generate enough energy to power about 1,000 homes, according to the company.
The company will then install solar panels on other buildings to power other homes.
This is the same system that has been used to produce power for Disney resorts and theme parks in Florida, Georgia, New Mexico, Nevada and Arizona.
The Solar Ranch project has already generated $3.6 million in capital funding, according an article published by The Hollywood Magazine.
“The solar farm will be located on a former Universal Studios Los Angeles property that is owned by the Walt Disney Company and operated by the Universal Entertainment Group,” the company said.
The project is expected to begin construction in 2020.