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6. Jersey Central Power & Light 98 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

In 2009, JCP&L, a unit of FirstEnergy Corp., enacted a plan to develop some 43 MW of solar energy. The program established long-term agreements to purchase and sell solar renewable energy certificates to provide...

3. Public Service Electric & Gas Co. 144.5 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Since 2007, Public Service Electric & Gas ( PSE&G) has ranked nationally in every survey, with no exception in 2012. PSE&G ranked third, but saw a decline in year-on-year megawatts from 181 in 2011...

5. NV Energy 102.3 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

NV Energy made the list for the first time with a 5th place ranking, jumping 12 spots from the previous year. NV Energy's 10 MW Crescent Dunes solar energy project will use more than...

8. Progress Energy Carolinas 69.5 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Progress Energy Carolinas, a North Carolina utility, ranked 8th and with their newly merged sister utilityDuke Energy Carolinas at 14th, brought the state of North Carolina into the top five states nationally. As evidenced...

7. Tucson Electric Power 73.3 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is also a new entrant with an overall ranking of 7th place, integrating more than 73 MW, a jump from 18th place last year. << PREV      1  2  3  4 ...

10. Hawaiian Electric Co. 65.2 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Hawaiian Electric Co. (HECO) has had a consistent presence in the past Watts-per-Customer rankings but entered the megawatt rankings for the first time in 2012. HECO ranked 10th with a total of 65 MW of...

9. Sacramento Municipal Utility District 65.9 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) was the only municipal utility to make the national rankings at 9th overall. SMUD integrated 66 MW of solar power, mostly through the build-out of 54 MW of centralized...

2. Southern California Edison 194.6 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Southern California Edison (SCE) came in second, up from 4th place in the previous year, integrating 195 MW. A majority of SCE's solar energy portfolio came from more than 15,000 distributed projects representing more...

1. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 805.6 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), for the fifth consecutive year, retained the top spot in the annual solar megawatts rankings with a total of 806 MW installed in 2012. This represents an increase of...

4. Arizona Public Service 123.5 MW (Annual capacity in megawatts)

Arizona Public Service (APS) dropped a rank from the previous year to 4th place, integrating 123.5 MW, which is about a 20 MW decline year-on-year. APS allows its customers to get credit for solar...