Overview of the venue featuring solar panels on the infamous AT&T Park scoreboard
Roof-mounted solar PV system on top of the ballpark
Solar canopy-mounted panels provide shade and energy generation for the entertainment venue
Inverters help convert the solar-generated power from DC to AC
Exterior view of solar PV canopy alongside AT&T Park and  McCovey Cove

Project Details

AT&T Park PV
Cupertino Electric solar energy construction project for the San Francisco Giants AT&T Park in San Francisco, California
San Francisco, CA
Project Size: 
123 kW DC
Project Attributes: 

"The solar system installed by Cupertino Electric included custom engineered components, was tightly integrated into the existing electrical distribution system, and was completed on budget, on schedule and with an intense focus on safety."

E. Robert, Erb, Project Manager, Solar Design Associates
Project Summary: 

The Cupertino Electric-installed 123 kW DC-rated solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Oracle Park (known as AT&T Park at the time) consists of three distinct arrays employing custom-built and pre-engineered mounting systems to address unique architecture and supporting structures at the site. The design includes a roof-mounted system on the San Francisco Giants corporate office, a steel canopy above the Willie Mays Ramp and architectural shade structures along the McCovey Cove waterfront. The system also features a small array on the Center Field scoreboard 180 feet above field-level to increase awareness of PG&E’s campaign among the thousands of spectators who visit the park each week.

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