Kansas City, MO
In 2013, the City of Kansas City, Missouri (USA), installed leased 25 kW solar PV systems on more than 60 municipal buildings, including police and fire stations, community centers, city office buildings, traffic operations center, and many others. The systems saved the city an estimated $40,000 in electricity costs their first year of operation, while the lease arrangement meant zero up-front costs for the city.
Learn how the City of Portland’s “Solarize” campaign is helping it overcome the financial and logistical barriers to installing solar and meet its goal to be 100 percent renewable by 2050.
San Francisco, CA
The City of San Francisco has the goal to meet 100% of city’s electricity demand from renewable energy sources. As part of this goal, the City launched San Francisco’s Community Choice Aggregation program, CleanPowerSF, in May 2016.
The District of Columbia has the target to increase the use of renewable energy to make up 50% of the District’s energy supply by 2032.