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American Indian Student Center Generates Energy

Three pictures of solar panels. One picture has two men putting a solar panel in place.

As the spring sun begins to shine, so will the energy source at the American Indian Student Center. Over spring break, GenPro Energy mounted solar panels that equal approximately 7.4 kW of energy. These panels are found on the south portion of the building and were donated by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. 

SDSU also has solar panels on Stanley J. Marshall Center (52.2  kW) as well as a 23 kW solar array at Daktronics Engineering Hall. The latter is mainly used for research. Facilities and Services has plans to mount solar panels on the Raven Precision Agriculture Center. Solar panels are scheduled to be installed on the Facilities and Services' main building in June.