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  • Aquaplex 123 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Aquaplex 123 kW Solar PhotovoltaicConstructed in 2009, this project generates roughly 45% of the total energy used at this Associated Students facility for lighting and to pump water.
  • Aquaplex Solar Thermal Water Heating
    • Aquaplex Solar Thermal Water HeatingConstructed in 2006, when the facility was built, this project heats most of the hot water for the competition pool by using heat from the sun.
  • Aztec Recreation Center 250 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Aztec Recreation Center 250 kW Solar PhotovoltaicThis project, completed in Spring 2012, powers roughly 45% of the total energy used at this Asssociated Students operated facility.
  • Aztec Student Union (under construction)
    • Aztec Student Union (under construction)

      In fall 2013, Aztec Student Union will open its doors to the SDSU community as the new “campus living room” - a LEED Platinum-certified building.

      Aztec Student Union

  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located on the far West side of SDSU's Library.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike Rack

      Bike racks are located outside the entrance of Associated Students' Aztec Recreation Center.

  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located on the far East side of SDSU's Library.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located outside of Chapultapec Hall.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located outside of the entrance to the Aquaplex facility.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located near the Fowler Athletic Center.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located along Aztec Walk - outside of the Calpulli Center.
  • Bike Rack
    • Bike RackBike racks are located at the South end of Campanile Walkway - near Hardy Avenue/bus pick-up and drop-off site.
  • Bike Service
    • Bike Service AreaBike Air Refill Station at the Aztec Recreation Center. The fill hose is located outside the ARC next to the Shake Smart Stand. Free air is available 24/7.
  • Campus Bike Lane
    • Campus Bike Lane

      SDSU announced the completion of the first permanent campus bike lane in May 2011. Click on the image below to read more about the project. 

      Bike Lane Opens

       

      Click here to be linked to the SDSU Campus Bike Lane map which also includes bike rack locations throughout campus.

  • Children's Center 28 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Children's Center 28 kW Solar Photovoltaic

      Completed in fall 2010, this solar project produces approximately 33% of the energy used at the Children's Center and offers shade for vehicles during the day.

       

      Children's Center 28 kW Solar Photovoltaic

       

  • Children’s Center Solar Thermal Water Heating
    • Children’s Center Solar Thermal Water Heating

      Finished in spring 2010, this project produces heat for most of the hot water used for dishwashing and handwashing at the Children's Center with solar energy.

       

  • Green Lunch Bag Series
    • Green Lunch Bag Series

      The Green Lunch Bag Series is an educational program held at Scripps Cottage various times throughout the academic year.

       

  • Green Lunch Bag Series
    • Green Lunch Bag SeriesThe Green Lunch Bag Series, hosted by the Green Love Sustainability Advisory Board and the SDSU Center for Regional Sustainability, is an educational program held at Scripps Cottage various times throughout the academic year. At these events, a light, organic lunch is provided for participants.
  • LED Lighting
    • LED Lighting

      LED lighting with hi/low motion sensors provide 80% exterior lighting energy savings. LED lights have been installed outside the Aztec Recreation Center, Viejas Arena, in PS 8, Lot M, and Lot A.

  • LED Lighting
    • LED LightingLED lighting with high/low motion sensors provide 80% exterior lighting energy savings. LED lights have been installed outside the Aztec Recreation Center, Viejas Arena, in PS 8, Lot M, and Lot A.
  • LED Lighting
    • LED LightingLED lighting with hi/low motion sensors provide 80% exterior lighting energy savings. LED lights have been installed outside the Aztec Recreation Center, Viejas Arena, in PS 8, Lot M, and Lot A.
  • LED Lighting
    • LED LightingLED lighting with hi/low motion sensors provide 80% exterior lighting energy savings. LED lights have been installed outside the Aztec Recreation Center, Viejas Arena, in PS 8, Lot M, and Lot A.
  • Music Building 37 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Music Building 37 kW Solar PhotovoltaicThis project offsets a small portion of the electricity used in the Music building.
  • Parking Structure 1 386 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Parking Structure 1 386 kW Solar Photovoltaic

      This is the largest solar array on campus and part of the Aztec Student Union LEED Platinum building. This array will offset approximately 25% of the energy use of the Aztec Student Union and 50% during peak time energy demand.

      PS1 Array

  • Parking Structure 2/Gateway Center 5 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • PS2 Gateway Center 5 kW Solar PhotovoltaicThis is the smallest solar project on campus. It powers some of the equipment in the Gateway Center.
  • Physics Building 24kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • Physics Building 24kW Solar PhotovoltaicBuilt as a demonstration project, this array generates electricity for the Physics building and is used as an educational tool for multiple classes on campus.
  • SDSU Farmers Market
    • SDSU Farmers MarketThe market is held every Thursday from 10-3 at Campanille Walkway during the fall and spring terms and is canceled on rainy days.
  • Sustainability Major: Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor
    • Matthew Lauer

      Matthew Lauer is the Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor for SDSU's Sustainability Major. Click on the photo below to be directed to his contact information.

       

      Matthew Lauer

  • Sustainability Major: Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor
    • Trent Biggs

      Trent Biggs is the Co-Director/Undergraduate Advisor for SDSU's Sustainability Major. Click on the photo below to be directed to his contact information.

      Trent Biggs

  • The Center for Regional Sustainability & Student Sustainabilty Center
    • Administration Building

      The Center for Regional Sustainability and Student Sustainability Center is located on the second floor of the Administration Building (AD 206).

       

      CRS

  • West Commons 25 kW Solar Photovoltaic
    • West Commons 25 kW Solar PhotovoltaicThis solar array covers the entire roof of West Commons and powers some fo the equipments in the facility used by Aztec Schops.

About the SDSU Sustainability Map

 

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Solar Energy Marker Solar Location

LED Lighting Marker LED Lighting