Renewable Energy Projects

  1. Anaheim Energy Field

    Anaheim's Energy Field was a project that went to the heart of what a municipal utility is all about: serving our community, our neighborhoods and our customers – not to mention the environment.

  2. Anaheim Police Department Main & East

    The solar arrays generate over 108,000 kWh, enough energy to support 18 Anaheim homes annually.

  3. Anaheim Solar Energy Plant

    The 2.4 megawatt Anaheim Solar Energy Plant is the single largest city-owned photovoltaic system installation on a convention center in North America.

  4. Anaheim Sustainability Center

    The Anaheim Sustainability Center is a state-of-the-art facility which will convert food waste and other organic material into renewable energy. The Anaheim Sustainability Center will also dramatically reduce the amount of waste material being transported to our local landfills.

  5. Bowerman Power Facility

    Located in Irvine, this landfill-gas-to-energy project will provide Anaheim with 20 megawatts of power, or 6 percent of its energy needs. That's enough to power 23,000 homes a year.

  6. Brea Power Landfill-Gas-To-Energy

    The Brea Power landfill-gas-to-energy project provides Anaheim with 28 MW of local renewable energy to power about 8% of Anaheim’s energy needs. The landfill gas is collected from decomposing trash, and used to generate electricity for over 29,000 Anaheim homes.

  7. Deer Canyon Park Preserve

    Deer Canyon Park Preserve uses a small building-integrated solar power system to generate energy.

  8. Westlands Solar Park

    The Westlands Solar Park project located in Kings County California, is a 2 megawatt (MW) solar generation pilot project, which came on-line in May 2016. It is expected to produce 4,500 Megawatt-hours (MWh) per year, providing enough renewable energy to power over 600 Anaheim homes.

Landfill Demonstration (MOV Video)

Screenshot from landfill demonstration video

Geothermal Demonstration (MOV Video)

Screenshot from geothermal demonstration video
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