Solar Projects

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Tempe is increasing the use of sustainable, efficient and clean alternative energy by installing solar structures on city property. Learn about completed projects below and track the energy and cost savings by checking out the city's dashboards.

Water Treatment Plant

Johnny G. Martinez Water Treatment Plant

  • 255 East Marigold Lane
  • 1.2 MW system
  • Provides 30% of the plant’s energy needs
  • Completed in March 2018

 

EVBOM

East Valley Bus & Operations Center 

  • 2050 West Rio Salado Parkway
  • 537 kW system
  • Provides 33% of the center’s energy needs
  • Completed in October 2016

 

KRC

Kiwanis Recreation Center

  • 6111 South All-America Way
  • 372 kW system
  • Provides 30% of the center’s energy needs
  • Five solar canopies will provide 156 shaded parking spaces for patrons
  • Completed in July 2016

 

Library and Museum

Library and History Museum 

  • 3500 South Rural Road
  • 800 kW system
  • Provides 35% of complex’s power needs
  • Five solar canopies will provide 262 shaded parking spaces for patrons 
  • Completed in March 2016 

 

Police Fire Roof Aerial (2)

Police and Courts - Downtown 

  • 120 East 5th Street
  • 265 kW system
  • Produces 12% of building’s power needs
  • Completed in April 2015 

  

South Water Treatment Plant

South Water Treatment Plant

  • 6600 South Price Road
  • 924 kW system
  • Produce’s 15% of plant’s power needs
  • Completed in March 2014