ROOFTOP-CARPORT SYSTEM – Solana Beach, CA

Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito

System Overview:

Number of Panels: 451

System Size: 164 kW

Projected Energy Savings: $11,000 / year

Energy Steward for the Comunity Solar carports provide shade for cars Potential for no capital expenditure

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito

The Results

Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguitos’ designed and installed solar system will save the organization approximately 30% savings on its annual electricity spend based on past consumption–saving an estimated $11,000. Over the 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) warrantied period, cumulative electricity savings will be approximately $1.3M. Baker used a rooftop-carport configuration for the solar system. The BGCSD Clubhouse is located at 533 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, California.

“Going solar is helping non-profit organizations all over Southern California reduce their environmental impact and improve their bottom line at the same time,” said Baker’s Director of Commercial Solar, Scott Williams. “The BGCSD solar system’s $1.3M cumulative savings will go far towards assuring the clubs’ mission continues to thrive over the next 25 years.”

The Challenge

“With electricity being one of our largest expenditures, the solar system will save us money–helping us keep the doors open–serving more than 6,000 registered members,” said CEO Marineke Vandervort. “We want to lead by example. Adding solar demonstrates our investment in eco-technology—reducing our environmental footprint while educating our members about the benefits of renewable energy.”

The Solution

Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito’s use of creative financing using a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The PPA required no capital expenditure by the BGCSD, and they receive immediate savings from the solar energy produced by the system. During the 25-year PPA period, the system’s operations and maintenance is completely covered by the PPA provider. A key benefit of a solar PPA is that it provides a fixed, predictable cost of electricity for the duration of the agreement. PPAs also allow non-profit organizations to take advantage of lucrative solar tax incentives.

“Going solar is helping non-profit organizations all over Southern California reduce their environmental impact and improve their bottom line at the same time,” said Baker’s Director of Commercial Solar, Scott Williams. “The BGCSD solar system’s $1.3M cumulative savings will go far towards assuring the clubs’ mission continues to thrive over the next 25 years.”

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