Los Angeles enjoys an abundance of sunshine — 292 days a year, in fact. Collectively, Angelenos also own the largest municipal utility in the country. With these advantages, it’s no wonder that the City’s investment in solar is starting to pay off —generating clean power, reducing pollution, and creating jobs. In fact, jobs in the local solar industry in L.A. County now outnumber jobs in oil and gas drilling and refining combined. Today, Los Angeles has the most installed solar capacity of any American city and is committed to adding more solar infrastructure that drives innovation, creates local green jobs, and— when combined with back-up battery storage—offers grid reliability and keeps the city moving in the event of disaster.