Stanford has withdrawn its long-term land use permit application and will focus on deepening engagement with local communities. Read the statement.
A second solar-generating plant, to be built in the next three years, will complete the university’s transition to clean power and further shrink campus greenhouse gas emissions.
Stanford’s solar future is growing even brighter.
A new solar generating plant – Stanford’s second – announced today, will enable the university to use 100 percent renewable electricity in three years, more than two decades ahead of California’s goal of a carbon-free grid by 2045.