Solar in Los Angeles is a Blockbuster Hit
Solar electricity makes financial and environmental sense in the Los Angeles region. Southern California has an excellent climate to maximize the benefit of solar energy; the shining sun is as constant as the production of a Hollywood film. Los Angeles has always been at the forefront of finding ways to save money by taking advantage of their well-known sun-soaked area. With a solar installation:
- We can help you handle the high rents by reducing electricity expenses.
- We can enable you with a way to do your part to reduce your carbon footprint.
- We can provide you with car charging stations as an ideal add-on, considering the high use of cars and long commutes.
- We can utilize timely turnaround on inspections due to Los Angeles’s early adoption of online permitting.
- Help you meet the California Legislature’s mandate that one-half of the state’s electricity come from renewable sources by 2030.
- Assist you in action toward your passion for environmental causes.
- Provide a way to own your power.
The departing mayor wanted to make a big impact on the City of Beverly Hills’ carbon footprint, so he proposed as much solar power as he could fit on a total of six buildings. There was, however, many challenges and waste in this proposal including six different interconnections and a failure to meet local utility Southern California Edison’s requirements to achieve the renewable energy rate structure. Sun Light & Power responded to this highly complex RFP and elected to redesign the system proposed by the city.
“On behalf of the entire City Council, I’m very pleased to mark the beginning of the solar age in our City. This is one of the most important projects in our Smart City program. It utilizes the latest technology to save money, save energy, and contribute to a healthier environment.
-Mayor Jimmy Delshad, Solar Energy Project Launch, Beverly Hills, CA
Congratulations, Los Angeles!
According to The Solar Power Resource Guide, Los Angeles was the leader in solar installation in 2016 with 215 MW installed, 55 watts per capita.
“The solar panel project is one of many exciting features included in the campus improvement plan. “These key LEED-certified features move us toward greater sustainability and contribute in a very concrete way to a greener future for Otis College”
-Bill Schaeffer, Vice President for Administrative and Financial Services
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