201 kW DC system across 17 rooftops

Everyday Energy partnered with YouthBuild to provide students with hands-on experience installing the PV system

YouthBuild students who participated in Everyday Energy’s Workforce Development Program stand among the solar arrays they installed.

Mayberry Townhomes
San Diego, CA

201 kW
DC System

329,500 kWh
Annual Output

The Mayberry Townhomes’ 201 kW DC solar system spans 17 rooftops and was estimated to produce 293,955 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity annually. This system currently outperforms estimates by 12% on average, with an annual power production of 329,500 kWh. Everyday Energy worked closely with MAAC Project, the property owner, to create a financing solution that worked for them. In addition, the project provided hands-on training to YouthBuild participants.

System Specs

  • 201 kW DC system
  • Estimated annual output: 293,955 kWh
  • Actual annual o utput: 329,500 kWh
  • System outperforming estimates by 12%
  • Virtual net metering shares benefits with residents

Financial Benefits

  • Provides strength and stability to your tax credit property
  • Net source for tax credit projects, increasing ability to pay developer fees
  • Lock in electricity cost savings guaranteed for 25 years
  • Hedge against inflation
  • Combine Section 48 solar tax credits with Section 42 LIHTCs
  • Saves sponsors, property owners and residents money
  • Increases property value
  • Saves sponsors, property owners and residents money
  • No SNDA/subordination agreement required in most cases
  • Net operating income boost
  • Average resident bill $5/month
  • Common area expense $0

Environmental & Community Benefits

  • Offsets 100% of electrical usage by the property
  • Reduces CO₂ emissions by 203 tons per year—the equivalent of planting 8,267 trees
  • Brings the benefits of solar to the affordable housing Community
  • We provide workforce development and training to your community
  • Qualifies for Community Reinvestment Act as community development activities
  • Positive environmental impact and reduces CO₂ emissions

Workforce Development

  • Classroom and hands-on training program for residents
  • As of June 2013, Everyday Energy has trained over 70 residents, at risk youth and veterans, and has hired a total of 8 employees through this program

From the moment we meet, to the time your panels start producing power in your development, there’s one thing you’ll notice about Everyday Energy—how easy we make it for you. That’s because experience matters—and ours does all the heavy lifting. With over 150 separate affordable housing developments in the last 10 years, let our success be your guide.

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