CaseStudyPhotoFoodBank

Location: San Diego

System Size: 350 kW

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San Diego Food Bank goes solar, increasing their energy efficiency while continuing to feed people in need. A Baker Electric Commercial Solar team installed the 350 kW rooftop solar system at the Nonprofit. Sustainability is a clear goal as they strive towards reducing the organization’s footprint on a path to NetZero. Along with solar the Food Bank has engaged in a number of related projects including installing energy-efficient lighting and controls throughout their warehouse.

The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank’s solar installation:

  • Will save CO2 emissions equivalent of 594,747 pounds of coal
  • Will save them $120,000 annually in energy costs
  • Will help them to distribute 600,000 more meals every year through energy cost savings
  • Could power 125 family homes
  • Will save the equivalent annual greenhouse gas emissions of 1,318,356 miles driven by an average passenger vehicle