New Cathedral Goes Solar

August 16, 2002 [] Several religious leaders and local politicians joined together in the unveiling of a 66kW solar system at the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles on August 15. The event also served as the official kick-off for the interfaith Green Eternal Light Program in churches, synagogues and mosques throughout the city. The latest addition to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Solar Incentive Program will generate enough clean, renewable electricity to power about 66 homes and will be the largest solar installation of a religious-affiliated facility in the city of Los Angeles.
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