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San Diego Ranked 2nd in Solar Survey

In a nationwide survey of solar energy prowess among cities, San Diego ranked No. 2, overshadowed by celebrity neighbor Los Angeles, the U-T San Diego reports.

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New Report: San Jose Ranks 4th Among Major U.S. Cities for Installed Solar

On April 10, Environment California Research & Policy Center was joined at the Tech Museum of Innovation by San Jose Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen, the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA) and local renewable energy advocates to release a new report: “Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution.”

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20 Cities at the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution

Environment California’s new report "Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America's Solar Energy Revolution" focuses on the twenty cities on a  mere 0.1% of the nation’s land, that produce 7% of the solar energy.

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Los Angeles Ranks No. 1 in Total Installed Solar, Report Says

Los Angeles has outstripped San Diego as the city with the most solar installations in the nation, one report says.
 

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L.A. Leads American Cities in Solar

Los Angeles has more installed solar power capacity in its city limits than any other American city, according to a report released Thursday by Environment California.

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San Diego Ranked 2nd Nationally in Installed Solar Power

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer used a rooftop covered with solar panels overlooking Mission Bay to announce Thursday that the city ranks second nationally in installed solar power, behind only the much bigger city of Los Angeles.

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Shining Cities

Solar power is on the rise across America—increasing 200-fold in the United States since 2002—and major cities are helping to lead this clean energy revolution. Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution shows that cities from every region of the U.S. are driving solar development with strong public policies – reaping important benefits for the environment, public health, and the economy. By building local solar power, cities can keep more of their energy budget at home and create good local jobs.

News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

New Report: San Jose Ranks 4th Among Major U.S. Cities for Installed Solar

San Jose – Today, Environment California Research & Policy Center was joined at the Tech Museum of Innovation by San Jose Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen, the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA) and local renewable energy advocates to release a new report: “Shining Cities:  At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution.”  The report ranks San Jose fourth in the nation for the amount of solar installed and second for per capita solar installations, and provides a first-of-its-kind comparative look at the growth of solar in major American cities (Top 20 list below). 

News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

New Report: San Diego Ranks 2nd Nationally Among Major Cities for Installed Solar

San Diego – Today, Environment California Research & Policy Center was joined at the solarized Mission Bay Aquatic Center by San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and local renewable energy advocates and industry leaders to release a new report: “Shining Cities:  At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution.” The report ranks San Diego second in the nation for the amount of solar installed and fourth for per capita solar installations, and provides a first-of-its-kind comparative look at the growth of solar in major American cities (see Top 20 list below).

News Release | Environment California Research & Policy Center

New Report Ranks Top U.S. Cities for Installed Solar – California Cities Lead the Way

Sacramento – Today, Environment California Research & Policy Center released a new report: “Shining Cities:  At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution.”  The report ranks Los Angeles  #1 among major cities nationwide for the amount of installed solar power, and provides a first-of-its-kind comparative look at the growth of solar in major American cities.  Closely following Los Angeles is San Diego in the 2nd spot, San Jose - 4th,  San Francisco - 9th and Sacramento - 12th (Top 20 list below).

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