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Community program through Sullivan Solar Power results in largest collective deployment of local residential solar power

La Jolla, Calif. (PRWEB) September 04, 2014

Local residents have committed to install over 165,837-watts of solar power with the La Jolla Solar Program. The community program was created and administered by the locally owned and operated company Sullivan Solar Power, whose goal is to change the way the community generates electricity. Sullivan gave property owners an extra incentive to go solar cash, regardless if the homeowner used a lease, loan or cash to pay for their solar power system.

"La Jolla property owners get it - they understand the benefits of clean energy, both economically and environmentally, said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power. We believe that La Jolla has the opportunity to transition itself to the strongest solar community in the nation."

Residential and commercial properties alike in La Jolla have jumped on the solar bandwagon. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Southwest Fisheries Science Center installed a scenic 117,680-watt solar photovoltaic system on the rooftop of their new facility, and UC San Diego is the largest solar producing institution in the region with more installed solar capacity than any other university.

UC San Diego is a living laboratory for climate change research and solutions. Our clean energy initiatives are part of our comprehensive approach to creating a more sustainable future, said Pradeep K. Kohsla, UC San Diego Chancellor.

Sullivan Solar Power recently completed seven on-campus solar power installations at UC San Diego, totaling 763,858-watts of renewable power. The newest UC San Diego solar installations will save the campus more than $2-million over the next 20 years.

There is a reason San Diego is the solar capital of the nation; going solar is cheaper than SDG&E and San Diegans have the opportunity to see substantial savings by becoming their own energy producers, said Sullivan.

San Diego was recently named the top solar city per capita by Environment America, and La Jolla played a role in that recognition. The 92037 zip code is second in the city of San Diego, only behind the industrial neighborhood just north of the border, 92154, according to California Solar Initiative data.

La Jollas energy future is looking bright. For more information about the La Jolla Solar Program or going solar, call 1-800-SULLIVAN or visit http://www.SullivanSolarPower.com.

About Sullivan Solar Power
Sullivan Solar Power is a turnkey solar system provider that delivers solar electric projects from concept to completion. The company has installed over 19,400,000-watts of solar power ranging from small-scale residential to large-scale commercial and municipal systems. Sullivan Solar Power is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. and owned and operated by Daniel Sullivan. Sullivan Solar Power has a longstanding A-plus rating with the Better Business Bureau, with no complaints filed since the business began. The firm has been named one of the fastest growing energy companies in the nation by Inc. Magazine for three consecutive years and services all of Southern California. Regardless of project size and scope, Sullivan is committed to delivering the best products and the most qualified professionals to its customers. Visit http://www.sullivansolarpower.com for more information.

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