San Diego Tops In U.S. In Installed Solar Energy Capacity

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Los Angeles fell to the second position in the rankings in total installed capacity

April 19, 2017

Photo: Port of San Diego/Creative Commons

San Diego led the U.S. in installed solar energy capacity last year and ranked second in solar per capita, according to a report by the Environment California Research & Policy Center.

Los Angeles fell to the second position in the rankings in total installed capacity, followed by Honolulu, San Jose, and Phoenix. Indianapolis and New York ranked sixth and seventh. The top 20 cities in the rankings received as much power from solar in 2016 as the entire country did in 2010, according to the report.

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