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Lake Elsinore to join Temecula in Joint Power Agreement for electricity to save money


Last updated 10/21/2017 at Noon

Lake Elsinore City Council approved a joint power agreement with the city of Temecula that will bring in 1.5 megawatts of solar power to the city’s parks, streetlights and other facilities, saving the city millions of dollars in electric bills in the next 20 years.

Currently, Lake Elsinore city-owned parks and facilities, excluding Diamond Stadium, are using 2.31 megawatts of power supplied by Southern California Edison at a cost of approximately 13.96 cents per kilowatt-hour, according to a study from the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve SOLAR Initiative.

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