Wednesday, June 19, 2013
National Catholic Reporter -- The University of San Diego was named among the top 15 solar schools in California, according to a clean energy investment group.
Mosaic, a company that facilitates public investing in clean energy, described the University of San Diego as “the second largest solar energy producing private college in the United States.” The Southern California Catholic school’s solar capacity is estimated at 1,230 kilowatts of total solar capacity, which translates to an annual offset of 3.11 million lbs. of carbon. (Full Story)