In alignment with its mission statement—to be a sustainable learning community that provides an affordable, accessible education to a diverse and growing student body—Santa Rosa JuniorCollege (SRJC) has initiated an ambitious energy resiliency upgrade. SRJC intends to reduce fossil fuel reliance, attain 100% renewable power by 2030, maintain resilience, and reduce operating costs. To reach these goals, SRJC is implementing a microgrid for its 100-acre campus.
Santa Rosa Junior
College Urban Microgrid
PXiSE Microgrid technology will enable a managed clean energy network that supports the campus objectives for resilience, cost savings, and generating over 40% of their electric supply from onsite solar PV. This solution will reduce SRJC campus peak load, as well as total energy consumption.