Lodi Unified School District
Cupertino Electric solar energy engineering and construction project for the Lodi Unified School District in Lodi, California
Lodi, CA
Project Size:
2.089 MW
Project Attributes:
Award Winning

Project Summary

When the Lodi Unified School District wanted to take advantage of federal Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds and build a multi-campus solar system, it turned to Cupertino Electric's Energy Alternatives Division for its design/build expertise. In March 2011, Cupertino Electric began building the district’s 2.089 Megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic system located in Lodi and Stockton, California. The project comprised of four parking lot canopies throughout the district.

Cupertino Electric designed and installed the solar photovoltaic systems at Ronald E. McNair High School (947-kilowatt), Bear Creek High School (769-kilowatt), Christa McAuliffe Middle School (197-kilowatt) and the district office (174-kilowatt).