As one of the first public agencies nationwide to take advantage of expanded federal renewable energy incentives, Peninsula Clean Energy has reached innovative agreements with nine cities in California and San Mateo County to install solar and future battery storage on public buildings.
Peninsula Clean Energy is executing 20-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) to install 1.7 MW of solar power on 12 public buildings in San Mateo County and the city of Los Banos.
The agreements include solar power systems at the San Mateo County Human Services Agency Center in Redwood City; Atherton Town Hall; Brisbane Mission Blue Center; Colma Community Center; Hillsborough Public Works Yard; Los Banos Community Center; Los Banos Wastewater Plant; Millbrae Town Center complex; Millbrae Recreation Center; Pacifica Community Center; San Bruno Aquatics Center; and the San Carlos Youth Center. In addition, at least three communities will be adding battery storage to provide backup power.
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Source: Solar Builder Mag
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