Bella Vista Water District

Redding, CA

Customer Overview: Bella Vista Water District is a retail water purveyor located in Redding, CA, providing water directly to approximately 6,100 residential, rural, commercial, public institutional and agricultural customers within its 54 square mile service area. The District operates its own surface water treatment plant, five groundwater wells, a pump station, and nine booster pump stations. Bella Vista Water District is also a part of the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA). ACWA is the largest statewide coalition of public water agencies in the country. With more than 430 public agency members that are collectively responsible for around 90% of the water delivered to cities, farms and business in California. ACWA’s mission has been the same for over a century “to help members promote the development, management and use of good quality water at the lowest practical cost and in an environmentally responsible manner.”

Solar The expected cost savings of the CalCom Energy system from reduced energy consumption is estimated to be well over $3 million over the next 25 years. The system is also expected to produce more than 1 million kilowatt hours of clean energy per year, offsetting the equivalent carbon emissions generated by the annual electricity usage of 123 homes. Specs of this system are:

  • 693.45 kW solar project with fixed-tilt racking using 2.37 acres in Shasta, CA 


1,000 MWH per year is the equivalent of 707 metric tons of carbon dioxide or the equivalent of

passenger cars

incandescent lights switched to LED’s

gallons of gasoline
homes electricity use (one year)

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