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Temecula Valley Unified School District - SolarCity
SolarCity and Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD) are together installing a six megawatt solar and energy storage project across 19 schools and the district's administrative office. The project includes 18 solar carports and two ground mount solar arrays. Five of the project's sites will also be equipped with DemandLogic, SolarCity's smart energy storage system. The energy storage systems will have 2,600 kilowatt hours of energy storage capacity that can later be intelligently dispatched during times of highest demand. TVUSD will reduce energy costs by using stored electricity to lower peak demand, further contributing to the district's overall cost savings.
Oct 06, 2015
Southern California Edison
6 MW of solar across 19 schools and the district's administrative office
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It is expected to save the district more than $520,000 within the first year of operation alone, and $35 million over 25 years by providing affordable power at a discount to utility rates.
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