St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church​ - Valley Center, CA 

St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church's solar array was turned on in November 2016. The project was constructed by Sullivan Solar Power of San Diego, one of ReNewAll's valued NECA contractor partners. The project includes a 72 kW photovoltaic rooftop system. The project will supply more than 90% of the Church's power needs. 

The project was funded by the ReNewAll / Tritec Americas' Clean Energy Fund through a 25-year solar PPA agreement.

Our Lady of Mount Carmel

San Diego, CA



St. Lucy's Priory School​ - Glendora, CA

St. Lucy Priory School’s solar array was turned on in November 2016. The project was constructed by ESSCO Electric of Pasadena, one of ReNewAll’s valued NECA contractor partners. The project includes 125 kW photovoltaic rooftop system, 19,000 sq. ft. of TPO roofing, and (40) WiFi enabled thermostats throughout the campus. The project will supply more than 85% of the school’s power needs.


The project was funded by the ReNewAll / Tritec Americas' Clean Energy Fund through a 25 year solar PPA Agreement.


Net Zero Plus Electric Training Institute (NZP-ETI) - City of Commerce, CA
The Net Zero Plus Electric Training Institute (NZP-ETI) is a partnership of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 11 and the Los Angeles Chapter of the National
Electrical Contractors Association. The 144,000-square-foot NZP-ETI is a living laboratory on
advanced and emerging clean energy technologies where approximately 1,500 electrical
apprentices, journeymen and contractors annually train for careers at the forefront of the
electrical industry. The NZP-ETI project elements include 500 kW rooftop and parking shade
structure PV solar array; Utility-scale battery energy storage system; 144,000 square feet of LED
lighting; DC lighting capabilities; Energy management system; Advanced lighting and

mechanical control systems; High-efficiency heating, cooling systems and Microgrid.


The finance package was developed by ReNewAll and provided by Banc of California and featured in the PBS Special “Building Below Zero: The Net Zero Plus Transformation.

Escondido Charter High School - Escondido, CA

Escondido Charter High School's solar arrays were turned on in November 2016. The project was constructed by Baker Electric of Escondido, one of ReNewAll's valued NECA contractor partners. The project includes a 321.75 kW photovoltaic parking canopy system. The project will supply over 70% of the school's energy needs.

The project was funded by the ReNewAll / Tritec Americas' Clean Energy Fund through a 25-year solar PPA agreement.

Cypress Properties Group​ - San Francisco, CA

PACE financed $1.8 million of energy efficiency upgrades at 644 Broadway on the edge of San Francisco’s historic Chinatown, as part of a complete redevelopment of a four story mixed-use building owned by Bay Area based Cypress Properties Group. ReNewAll, working for the San Francisco PACE program, assisted Cypress Properties Group and the PACE funder, Clean Fund, get the deal done.

Champagne Village Mobile Home Park​ - Escondido, CA 

Champagne Village Mobile Home Park's solar arrays were turned on in November 2016. The project was constructed by Baker Electric of Escondido, one of ReNewAll's valued NECA contractor partners. The project includes a 37.5 kW photovoltaic rooftop system. The project will supply more than 60% of the mobile home park's house power needs. 

The project was funded by the ReNewAll / Tritec Americas' Clean Energy Fund through a 25-year solar PPA agreement.

Teamsters hall - Local 848​ - Long Beach, CA 

Teamsters Local 848 used PACE funding to do an energy efficiency retrofit and add solar panels to their meeting hall.

The Los Angeles County Commercial PACE Program project development team, led by ReNewAll, worked with Pell Solar and Gexpro Energy Solutions to dramatically reduce energy use in the building and allows the Local 848 to meet its sustainability goals.

St. Margaret Parish ​ - Oceanside, CA 

The St. Margaret Parish solar array was turned on in April 2016. The project was constructed by Stellar Solar of San Diego. The project features a 55 kW photovoltaic ground mount system.  


The project was by the ReNewAll/TRITEC America's Clean Energy Fund through a 25-year solar PPA agreement. 

Allensworth Elementary
​Allensworth, CA


Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church​ - San Diego, CA 

Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church's solar arrays were turned on in November 2016. The project was constructed by Sullivan Solar Power of San Diego, one of ReNewAll's valued NECA contractor partners. The project includes a 49 kW photovoltaic rooftop system.

The project was funded by the ReNewAll / Tritec Americas' Clean Energy Fund through a 25-year solar PPA agreement.

Hilton Universal - Universal City, CA

The Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City utilized Los Angeles County PACE financing to fund $7 million worth of sustainable upgrades, making it the largest commercial PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) project to date in the U.S. Expected annual energy savings of $800,000 and water savings of 2.8 million gallons annually.

The Los Angeles County Commercial PACE Program project development team—led by sustainability firm ReNewAll—navigated the project through energy efficiency audits, project design and PACE financing. The project team included Gexpro Energy Solutions, O'Bryant Electric (a NECA/IBEW contractor), Solar Art, View Glass, and Leading Edge

This project was featured in the PBS Special “Building Below Zero: The Net Zero Plus Transformation.

Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito 

Solana Beach, CA


Cathedral Catholic High School

San Diego, CA


The Los Angeles County Commercial PACE Program is administered by the County of Los Angeles and funded by California utility ratepayers under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.


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ReNewAll is a California-based sustainable, integrated project development firm.