California State University, Fullerton Integrates Solar Power


(06/30/2016)
California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) and San Jose, Calif.-headquartered SunPower Corp. announced June 28 that construction is now underway on a 4-megawatt SunPower solar power system at three university parking areas.
 

University of Georgia Dedicates Solar Energy Project


(12/22/2015)
The University of Georgia and Atlanta-headquartered Georgia Power have partnered on a 1-megawatt solar energy project on the university’s campus in Athens to help expand the state’s portfolio of power generation options.
 

Temecula Valley Schools Embrace Green Energy


(10/14/2015)
A 6-megawatt solar array and energy storage project will soon become a symbol of environmental sustainable for California’s Temecula Valley Unified School District. The project will serve 19 schools throughout the 213-square-mile southern California district as well as the district’s administrative offices, and include energy storage systems at five separate sites.
 

Catawba College Makes Good on Climate Commitment


(03/03/2015)
Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C. is embarking on a landmark solar energy project.

University Solar Fields on the Rise

By Sameea Kamal
(02/24/2011)
One of the latest trends on college campuses is an increasing number of solar energy fields hosted by universities, made possible by a number of supporting factors.

College Reports Annual Energy Savings of $650,000


(01/19/2011)
As a result of a number of ongoing campus-wide projects, Santa Barbara City College reports reduced energy consumption has saved the school $650,000 over the past year.

Coachella Valley Schools Go Solar


(12/28/2010)
A Southern California real estate/renewable energy development and investment firm is installing a 300-kilowatt solar power system at Xavier College Preparatory High School in Palm Desert.

Timing Right For Solar Project at Calif. School District


(12/27/2010)
The Petaluma City School District in Sonoma County is working on a one-megawatt solar project, comprised of a 675-kilowatt system installed on parking lot canopies at its Casa Grande High School campus and a 385-kilowatt system installation on canopies at its Petaluma High School campus parking lot.

Solar Installation Completed at Arizona High School


(12/27/2010)
Kinney Construction Services and Kyocera Solar announced the completion of a solar electric system at Sedona Red Rock High School in Sedona, Ariz. The 806-kilowatt photovoltaic system is comprised of 3,838 of Kyocera’s KD210 high-efficiency multicrystalline solar panels.

Large-Scale School Solar Contract Signed in Calif.


(12/20/2010)
Mount Diablo Unified School District and SunPower Corp. announced that SunPower was awarded a 30-year contract to design, install and maintain solar power systems at 51 of the district’s schools.