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Development of a 11.2 MW Multi-Campus Solar Project. Mount Diablo Unified School District. October 26, 2010. Agenda. System Specifications Project Team. Economic Benefits Environmental Achievements Educational Opportunities. System Overview. Corporate Strength O&M Services

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Development of a 11 2 mw multi campus solar project

Development of a 11.2 MW Multi-Campus Solar Project

Mount Diablo Unified School District

October 26, 2010


Agenda
Agenda

  • System Specifications

  • Project Team

  • Economic Benefits

  • Environmental Achievements

  • Educational Opportunities

  • System

  • Overview

  • Corporate Strength

  • O&M Services

  • Performance Guarantee

  • Triple Bottom Line Benefits of Solar

  • SunPower’s

  • Capabilities


Pg e source of energy expensive and volatile
PG&E Source of Energy – Expensive and Volatile

PG&E is largely dependent upon natural gas, an expensive and volatile source of power.

California nuclear plants are being decommissioned, not replaced

Map of the United States Showing Locations of Sites Undergoing Decommissioning:

Source: PG&E, http://www.pge.com/myhome/edusafety/systemworks/electric/energymix/index.shtml

Source: US Nuclear Regulatory Commission,

http://www.nrc.gov/info-finder/decommissioning/


Comparing the solar choice and the non solar choice
Comparing the Solar Choice and the Non-Solar Choice

Neither choice is cost or risk free (i.e., electricity is not free)

– Not doing solar means continuing to purchase ~ 21 million kWh ($3.68 million) per year of electricity at unknown but likely increasing rates over the life of the system.

– Doing solar would reduce PG&E usage by ~17 million kWh per year and would enable the District to capture ~$16 million in CSI incentive payments during the first 5 years.


SunPower will offset 91% of the District’s PG&E bills by generating 81% of the District’s energy usage

Energy Bill Savings

*Annual Current Energy Bill is based on PG&E rate tariff as of June 1st, 2010

(Historical Energy Bill $3,365,134)


Mt. Diablo USD environmental achievements sets the bar high for other Districts in carbon footprint reduction

Environmental Achievements


Mt diablo usd s students will have access to educational opportunities on renewable energy
Mt. Diablo USD’s students will have access to educational opportunities on renewable energy

Educational Opportunities

  • Program Elements

  • Lesson Plans (“How Does Solar Work?” and more)

  • Multimedia and Social Networking Tools

  • Teaching Videos

  • Real-Time Data Monitoring Activities connected with your District’s solar power systems

  • Classroom & Assembly Guest Speakers











Project team s experience and knowledge ensure project success
Project Team’s experience and knowledge ensure project success

Project Team

  • Experience working with the MDUSD

  • SunPower’s commercial division (300 employees) based in Contra Costa County

  • Member of the Contra Costa Council


Sunpower overview
SunPower Overview success

  • 5,000 Employees

  • Highest efficiency in the world

  • $1.5B in Annual Revenue

  • Tracker Technology

  • Extensive Educational Experience

  • Over 25 years experience

  • DSA Approval on Ground, Parking and Rooftop Systems

  • Over 550 systems, and 450 MWp installed

Established and Proven. Technology Leaders.

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SunPower’s O&M Experience and Capabilities success

  • Experience

    • Currently managing over 450 MW of solar system in 4 continents

    • Over 550 systems monitored

    • New capacity commissioned:

      • Over 120MW in 2008

      • Over 100 MW in 2009

    • 40 in house O&M team members

  • Capabilities

    • Full service O&M including operations, maintenance, meter reading, and warranty administration

    • Most experience PV Technicians in the Business

    • More operational systems under management

    • Comprehensive monitoring and reporting capabilities


SunPower’s technology combined with best-in-class successO&M services ensures the greatest return

O&M Approach

Scope of Services

Performance

Operation at

Peak Production

SunPower’s

O&M Approach

Reliability

System

Longevity

Availability

SystemUptime


Performance monitoring website
Performance Monitoring Website success

http://www.sunpowermonitor.com/commercial


Sunpower s performance guarantee
SunPower’s Performance Guarantee success

  • Experience

    • SunPower has over 50 Performance Guarantees in place.

    • Backed by SunPower’s Operations Center based in Richmond, CA

  • MDUSD Performance Guarantee Contract:

    • 95% of expected output

    • 20-year Term

    • Upside Sharing by SunPower: none

    • Accounts for value of PG&E energy rates + CSI incentives

      • Average reimbursement rate: ~21 cents


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