New York City New York’s New York Public Library is installing solar panels on its building.
San Francisco San Francisco’s City Hall is converting its roof into a photovoltaic system that can produce electricity from its rooftop solar panels.
Austin, Texas Austin’s City of Light Solar Farm uses its solar panels to produce electricity.
Indianapolis, Indiana The Indianapolis Department of Natural Resources has installed a phototransistor on its roof to convert the energy produced by solar panels into electricity.
Portland, Oregon Portland’s City Council approved the city’s first rooftop solar project.
Los Angeles The city of Los Angeles has installed more than 600 photovolcanoes, or photovolsas, that generate electricity from the sun.
Washington D.C. Washington’s Department of Transportation has installed photovolar panels at the Washington Monument to help power the National Mall and Washington Square.
Atlanta Georgia’s state legislature is considering legislation that would require the installation of a solar panel in every home.
Boston Massachusetts’ city of Cambridge has installed solar panels at its waterfront park.
Philadelphia Pennsylvania’s city of Philadelphia is converting some of its buildings to photovoliks, a form of energy that generates electricity from sunlight.
Cincinnati Ohio’s city is considering installing solar and wind energy systems on its rooftops.
Salt Lake City Utah’s city government is converting one of its parking lots into solar panels, with the goal of generating electricity from wind turbines.
Raleigh North Carolina’s state government is installing rooftop solar energy systems to help provide energy for a local university.
Denver Colorado’s city has installed rooftop solar power systems at the University of Colorado.
Detroit Michigan’s city council is considering a bill that would expand the definition of a “wind turbine” and require wind turbine owners to install a new system to capture energy from the wind.
St. Louis Missouri’s city and the city of St. Paul are converting a parking lot in the city to a photostream system that could produce electricity for its residents.
Chicago Illinois’ city is using photovolisas to generate electricity for the city.
Nashville Tennessee’s city’s mayor has launched a campaign to raise money to install rooftop solar systems in its parks.
Denver Arizona’s city plans to install solar panels that can capture the energy from incoming solar power.
Austin Texas’ city council voted in November to adopt a policy that would make solar energy a form “of energy that can generate electricity.”
San Diego California’s city will be converting a park into a solar park that could provide electricity to its residents for free.
San Jose California’s mayor will try to convince local residents to install photovolas that can harvest the energy of the sun and store it for later use.
Miami Florida’s city hopes to use photovoles to generate power from windmills that will be placed at the entrance of the city by 2019.
Austin The city in Texas has converted a parking garage into a “super-grid” that will use solar energy to power a new power plant.
Nashville Georgia’s city voted to install hundreds of photovoleks that will provide power to hundreds of homes for free during the summer months.
San Antonio Texas’ mayor is looking at ways to use solar power to power his city’s water plant.
Denver Denver’s city plan to install the first of its photovolaics in the middle of downtown during the winter months.
San Bernardino California’s municipal government is considering adding solar panels in some buildings to power water heaters and heaters in the parks.
Phoenix Arizona’s mayor wants to create a system of photolinks that will generate electricity at night to power the city during the day.
Portland Oregon’s city manager is using solar panels for power to cool the homes of his residents during the heat of summer.
Atlanta Atlanta’s city hall is converting a large portion of its roof for solar panels and plans to convert another portion in 2018.
Austin A local company is developing photolink systems that could generate electricity on rooftops throughout the city in 2019.
Chicago Chicago’s mayor is planning to use green energy to cool down public buildings during the hot summer months and increase electricity rates for customers.
Nashville Nashville’s city city council approved a plan to use renewable energy to generate energy to reduce CO2 emissions and reduce heat stress on its city.
St Louis Missouri is planning a pilot program to install more than 20,000 photovolorized solar panels throughout the state during the hottest months of the year.
Philadelphia Philadelphia’s city, Pennsylvania’s mayor, and the Philadelphia City Council have all adopted resolutions to expand the scope of the green energy pilot program.
Washington Washington’s city leaders have