SolarCity Installing PV Arrays For California School District


California's Woodland Joint Unified School District and SolarCity have entered into an agreement for SolarCity to install more than 3,900 solar panels at four district schools.

The district incurred no upfront costs for the project and is expected to save more than $70,000 in the systems' first year of operation, and more than $910,000 over their lifetime, according to SolarCity.

PV arrays totaling 924 kW will be installed at Freeman, Plainfield and Zamora Elementary Schools, as well as at Pioneer High School. The school district has signed 20-year power purchase agreements for the projects.

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