A new solar shade structure donated by UniSource Energy Services shelters visitors from the sun and powers fountains at a popular Lake Havasu City splash pad.
The Kingman Splash Pad is powered by solar panels that generate electricity all year long atop a donated shade structure from UES.
UES has dedicated a new 5 megawatt solar array in memory of a longtime Mohave County employee.
The expansion of a large photovoltaic array in southeastern Arizona more than doubled the amount of solar power generated for UniSource Energy Services customers. The 37-megawatt Red Horse project expansion was completed in July. It will produce about 66,000 megawatt hours of electricity annually, enough to power more than 6,000 homes.
Kingman is home to a utility scale wind farm that is expected to produce enough energy annually to power more than 2,200 homes.
UES will build a community-scale solar photovoltaic system in Mohave County and provide small solar arrays to two Nogales high schools.