The process of  installations of nine solar electric in Intel’s campus in four states has been completed now, producing a total of 3.8 million kilowatt hours of solar energy annually.

Now Intel’s all projects are completed which were announced before, including an impressive one-megawatt solar plant, which covers nearly 2 acres of Intel’s campus in Folsom, California.Intel said today that it has the power of two new solar power panels in Hillsboro, one of its Jones Farm campus administration and one of its Ronler Acres manufacturing site.

Each array generates 400 kilowatts of electricity, according to Intel. Together, they are roughly equal to the power used for 80 flats.

They will complement the $ 800,000, 100-kilowatt installation went online at Jones Farm 2008.

Intel did not say how much the cost of new plants, but said its total energy use in Oregon was 975 million kilowatt-hours last year.

Last year, Intel said its Oregon power bill is about $ 55,000,000 annually.

The company says each of the solar panel array to its portfolio includes the 10 largest solar utility in their own territory.

The Chip maker also said its portfolio includes wind energy, geo-thermal energy and small hydropower and biomass sources.

The New panels were made from Evergreen Solar manufacturing facility in Devens, Mass., according to Intel. Evergreen announced last month that it will shut down the plant in the middle of intense competition from China. 
Intel is also planning to buy 2.5 billion kilowatt-hours of renewable energy credits this year – up 75 percent from 2010 in addition to a new solar energy in Washington Country.

Intel has also dabbled sun and the business itself to create a spinoff called SpectraWatt that moved to Hillsboro in New York before closing late last year. 
For the seventh year in a row, Intel has also been named to the list of Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations Corporate Knights, a serial number 6 Johnson & Johnson, the second company to adopt solar energy, was ranked number 2.