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Blazing a Trail for the Global Good

24 BLAZING A TRAIL EARLY 2013 MARCH 2015 FOR THE • MARCH 2010 Began buying 19,000 streetlights from Southern California Edison and will convert them to LEDS after transfer of ownership. MARCH 2011 GLOBAL G OOD 1.45 MW installed at 5 City facilities, including City Hall, netting $50K/year in electrical savings and creating 100 jobs. Lancaster Power Authority created to pursue and develop solar energy opportunities. Better Built Home Program launched to encourage the building of environmentally conscious homes. JULY 2010 JUNE 2011 MARCH 2013 MAY 2015 City of Lancaster, BYD, and KB Home unveil the Home of the Future; a never-before-attempted affordable solar energy home. Ordinance created requiring new single family residential units to provide solar-generated power averaging at least 1 kW per unit. Launch of Lancaster Choice Energy, California's first municipally run community choice aggregator (CCA) and the first in Southern California Edison territory. 7.5 MW installed at 25 school The City of Lancaster is leading the charge against climate change. Its mission: become the Alternate Energy Capital of the World. facilities, generating $410K in electrical savings the first year and creating 250 jobs. To get there, the City launched the Net Zero program in 2010. In achieving Net Zero status, Lancaster would be the first U.S. city to produce or procure more electricity within city limits via renewable sources than is consumed within city limits. It's the right thing to do for our planet, and for future generations. More than 25 CUPS/DRs have been filed, for a total of START NOW 5 mw 1,000 576.64 mw 26.544 mw 4.838 kw 146.394mw eSolar Plant, approved and built in 2008 local jobs generated of photovoltaic power (since February O mw On commercial and 2010) || residential uses Average kW installation on a single family residence of solar energy at the start of the program (68.09% of peak load) Total constructed/imminent The average time to process | a Conditional Use Permit/Director's Review 5.276 kw - 20 mw - RESIDENTIAL ADOPTION Average kW installation on än existing home Construction imminent A SNAPSHOT OF OUR PROGRESS (in plan check) 2-4 mos COMMERCIAL TOWARD NET ZERO ENERGY DEVELOPMENT Projects with an Initial Study 4.94 mw 4.5 mw 2.358 kw 3,432 9-12 mos | Single family residential solar permits issued PHASE 2 PHASE 1 Average kW installation Projects with an Environmental Impact Report GOAL GOAL Currently in the planning process Currently under construction on a new home As Of Date 03/05/16 530 mw 215mw 438.8 mw 5.1 mw 77.4 mw OChorce ENERGY LANCASTER BROUGHT TO YOU BY | lancaster it's positively clear | са Currently approved, awaiting construction Lancaster Choice Energy Renewable Procurement Citywide, constructed and operational Total Consumption Peak Load THE POWER TO CHOOSE

Blazing a Trail for the Global Good

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The City of Lancaster is leading the charge against climate change. Its mission: become the Alternate Energy Capital of the World. To get there, the City launched the Net Zero program in 2010. In achi...

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