The Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) in contract agreement with Nobell Energy Solution, Inc. (Nobell), will install solar panels at CVWD's Palm Desert campus. The primary purpose of the project is to implement dual benefits to produce a renewable energy source through solar power energy generation to be used on-site, and provide shaded parking/carports for CVWD employee parking areas. Nobell will design, install, operate, and maintain a solar photovoltaic energy system on various carports/shade structures to be located within CVWD-employee parking areas and CVWD-vehicle parking areas. Nobell also plans on installing a battery energy storage system as a demand peak shaving device; thereby, lowering energy costs from Southern California Edison by generating renewable energy and shifting the time of use of energy from peak to lower rate periods through the use of battery storage. The solar power purchase agreement term is identified for 20 years from the service commencement date. The lease agreement involves an easement over a portion of the property. Construction is anticipated for the duration of up to six-months, requiring minimal excavation for the placement of structures and equipment.