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ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER
This 924-module, 12,500-square-foot array is the first and largest grid-connected solar power generating system in Anaheim. It generates approximately 140,000 kWh of electricity every year, enough energy to support 24 Anaheim homes for a year. More ..

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ANAHEIM POLICE DEPARTMENT EAST
Panels at Anaheim Hills Police Department and Community Center facility are expected to generate over 90,000 kWh, enough energy to support 15 Anaheim homes annually.

ANAHEIM POLICE DEPARTMENT MAIN
The solar array at headquarters generates over 18,000 kWh annually, enough energy to support
3 Anaheim homes for a year. More ...

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HERMOSA VILLAGE
The first building-integrated solar power system in Anaheim is a part of the roof of the Community Center at Hermosa Village. Solar panels integrated in the shingles on the south-facing roof generate enough electricity to support one large Anaheim home. More ...

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DEER CANYON
This remote restroom facility in the 130-acre Deer Canyon Park Reserve - an environmentally sensitive site without electric service - uses a small building-integrated solar power system to generate enough energy to support one small Anaheim home annually. More ...

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ANAHEIM HILLS GOLF COURSE
Security lights, at Anaheim Hills Golf Course run off batteries at night, after charging them during the day from pole-mounted solar panels. More ...

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SUN POWER FOR THE SCHOOLS
Solar panels at Esperanza High School, Melbourne Gauer Elementary School and Clara Barton Elementary Schools generate approximately 26,000 kWh annually. More ...

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ANAHEIM HIGH SCHOOL
In addition to electricity, this 4 kW solar array provides valuable learning experiences for Anaheim High School's Transportation Academy students. More ...

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TIGER WOODS LEARNING CENTER
In addition to being one of the most energy efficient educational facilities in the country, TWLC features a solar electric curtain wall that is unique in the western United States. More ...

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MORE ABOUT ANAHEIM PROGRAMS You now have an idea of what Anaheim Public Utilities is doing to help meet the future energy needs of our customers with renewable energy generating - resources resources located in Montana, Northern California, and at municipal facilities right here in our community.

There are number of steps you can take at your home or business that will help offset your electric energy use with emission-free renewable energy generation. Anaheim Public Utilities offers incentives to help residents, businesses and schools pay for installation of solar power systems. To learn more, we encourage you to visit the links below:


Commercial Photovoltaic Incentive
Green Power for Anaheim
Annual Renewable Portfolio Report
Solar Powered Flashing Warning Signals
Future Projects

   

OTHER LINKS

Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Broaden your knowledge with this gateway to hundreds of informative sites and thousands of online documents on energy efficiency, renewable energy and solar power. More ...

Resource for Kids and Teachers
A visit to Dr. E's Energy Lab is an entertaining and educational way to learn about renewable energy and alternative fuels. The section on Solar Energy will challenge inquisitive minds. More ...

Million Solar Roofs Initiative
Funding for Anaheim Public Utilities' Public Solar Energy Education Project comes in part from a grant from the Department of Energy Million Solar Roofs Initiative. Anaheim also acknowledges its Million Solar Roofs Initiative partners, the Rahus Institute and the Foundation for Environmental Education.