The Lakers’ UCLA Health Training Center is now home to 456 solar panels. /Arland Communications

After signing LeBron James earlier this summer, the Los Angeles Lakers UCLA Health Training Center is now home to 456 solar panels that are set to produce an estimated 245,000kWh per year.

The basketball team could save around $38,000 annually by turning to solar power.

“We are thrilled with the addition of our new LG Solar panels,” Joseph McCormack, chief financial officer and senior vice president of finance at the Lakers, said in a statement. “One of our goals as an organization is to be at the forefront of energy efficiency, and these panels further our commitment to sustainability.”

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