Presentation on theme: "AB 1318 Mitigation Fees Fund Update Palm Springs Unified School District Julie Arthur - Executive Director of Facilities Planning Mike Sattley – Asst."— Presentation transcript:
AB 1318 Mitigation Fees Fund Update Palm Springs Unified School District Julie Arthur - Executive Director of Facilities Planning Mike Sattley – Asst. Director of Energy Services April 15, 2015
Panels – 972 Sun Edison Silvantis F330 Production – 320 kW/DC Annual Estimated Savings - $91,000
Panels Sun Power X Production – 317 kW/DC Annual Estimated Savings - $90,000
Panels – 360 Hyundai HIS M300RI Production – 108 kW/DC Annual Estimated Savings - $30,000
Dedication of solar arrays at Bubbling Wells Elementary on February 4, 2015
Dr. Christine Anderson - PSUSD Superintendent of Schools, Riverside County Supervisor of the Fourth District - John Benoit, Principal Steve Marlett, Principal James Feffer and Principal George Bullis
Two Bunch Palms Elementary has generated 248,000 kWh since PTO of 11/5/2014 Bubbling Wells Elementary has generated 233,000 kWh since PTO of 11/6/2014 Desert Hot Springs High has generated 32,000 kWh since PTO of 1/7/2015 To date, total energy generated is 513,000 kWh from the solar arrays is $95,418 (513,000 X $ kWh).
PSUSD has space for more ground mount solar arrays at Wenzlaff Education Center – roughly 2 miles from CVP Sentinel Power Plant in Desert Hot Springs, if additional funds become available
PSUSD Facilities staff has been working with South Coast Air Quality Management District staff since early 2013 after being awarded the Sentinel Power Plant AB 318 Mitigation Fees grant funds. For this opportunity to work with SCAQMD staff and the grant funds, we are truly grateful. This grant will have a direct impact on the community, students and staff for the next 20 years. With sincere appreciation, the Palm Springs Unified School District thanks the SCAQMD and everyone involved for making this opportunity possible.