Nation’s Largest Regional Park District Goes Solar for the Environment


Please join the East Bay Regional Park District for an installation ceremony to announce the District-wide Renewable Energy Project and Solar Carport System at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area.

Friday, August 19, 2016
10 a.m.
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area
2500 Stanley Blvd., Pleasanton

Please join us in celebrating the kickoff of a major energy efficiency project at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area in Pleasanton. The project includes solar panels that will generate 1.2 megawatts of energy annually – enough to offset electricity use for almost the entire Park District – along with three electric-car charging stations, a new recycled water line, and planting of native trees. This new solar carport system will also provide much-needed shade for the parking lot at Shadow Cliffs. We are thrilled to undertake this important new project, which will save energy, water, and money for decades to come.

RSVP: Public Affairs Secretary Ali Haynes, or (510) 544-2200.

Solar Panel Illustration
Conceptual Illustration: Dougherty + Dougherty Architects

Ali Haynes
(510) 544-2200