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Community Energy Projects

Community-based Solar Projects 

 

For more than four years Mohave Electric Cooperative has demonstrated its commitment to our members and our community by facilitating funding for an extensive program of community-based photovoltaic installations. More than $1.5 million has been invested in 24 solar projects at schools, government buildings, fire stations, and non-profit facilities. Mohave’s renewable energy plan, as approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) provides most of the funding for the photovoltaic projects. The Co-op also facilitated additional funding for the projects through a federal stimulus grant (ARRA) and private donations.

These projects bring immediate economic development dollars to our local community during the construction phase and provide sustainable long-term benefits to members as taxpayers by saving energy dollars and lowering the operating cost of government and schools over the lifetime of the solar systems. Mohave plans more community-based solar projects in the future.

Solar installations:

City of Bullhead City, City Hall

Mohave High School

River Valley High School

Academy of Building Industries

Mohave Valley Elementary

Fort Mojave Elementary

Camp Mohave Elementary

Bullhead Junior High

Fox Creek Junior High

Diamondback Elementary

Coyote Canyon Elementary

Desert Valley Elementary

Sunrise Elementary

Young Scholars Academy

Peach Springs Elementary

Topock Elementary School

Mohave Accelerated Learning Center

Mohave Community College, Bullhead City Campus

Bullhead City Fire Department, Station #1

Golden Shores Fire Department

Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department, Station #1

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River

Habitat for Humanity House, Bullhead City

Habitat for Humanity House, Fort Mohave

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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