|1.||Pacific Gas and Electric (CA)||6.||Jersey Central Power & Light (NJ)|
|2.||Public Service Electric & Gas Co. (NJ)||7.||Sacramento Municipal Utility District (CA)|
|3.||Arizona Public Service (AZ)||8.||Xcel Energy – CO (CO)|
|4.||Southern California Edison (CA)||9.||Long Island Power Authority (NY)|
|5.||Atlantic City Electric (NJ)||10.||Xcel Energy – NM (NM)|
The full Top 10 report containing additional details about the total solar capacity of U.S. utilities, rankings by regions, geographical diversity and other utility solar trends will be available in late May at SEPATop10.org.SEPA is an educational non-profit dedicated to helping utilities integrate solar power into their energy portfolios. With more than 1,000 utility and solar industry members, SEPA provides unbiased utility solar market intelligence, up-to-date information about technologies and business models, and peer-to-peer interaction. From hosting national events to one-on-one counseling, SEPA helps utilities make smart solar decisions. APS, Arizona’s largest and longest-serving electricity utility, serves more than 1.1 million customers in 11 of the state’s 15 counties. With headquarters in Phoenix, APS is the principal subsidiary of Pinnacle West Capital Corp. (NYSE: PNW).