Daktronics Engineering Hall
This solar array is used for research in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Researchers evaluate how to better interface sustainable energy technologies to energy systems in a cost effective, efficient and sustainable way. The Cyberphysical Testbed also has the capability to simulate or emulate complex energy systems and study the impact of sustainable energy technologies.
Stanley J. Marshall Center
Installed: July 20, 2018
Energy generated from install to 1/29/2020: 69.72 MWh
CO2 emissions saved from install to 1/29/2020: 107,950.77 lb
Equivalent trees planted from install to 1/29/2020: 2718.89
Winner of the 2019 Brookings Mayor's Sustainability Award Environmental Resilience category
American Indian Student Center
Installed: March 2020
Solar panels donated by the SDSU Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Facilities and Services
Installed: June 2020
Covers approximately 18% of the buildings total energy usage.