Sullivan Solar Power's Michael Chagala recently hopped the train to Anaheim to attend the annual Solar Power International trade show and stay current on the solar industry. Read his blog post to see what he learned.
San Diego Gas & Electric has given us plenty of reasons to be suspicious of nearly everything they do, so why should the utility's latest Distributed Resources Plan be any different?
As the San Diego solar industry keeps growing, so do Sullivan Solar Power's headquarters. We are expanding again to keep pace with San Diego solar energy.
Do you know the difference between bought and sold when it comes to solar power? Read why we don't employ "sales people" or have a sales department to help us spread solar power across Southern California.
Much thought and consideration should go into your process of picking a solar contractor for your property. Read some helpful tips to consider when making your choice.
The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station has become obsolete as we generate more electricity from solar power and other clean, safe and renewable energy sources.
San Diego will face the largest residential rate hike Sullivan Solar Power has witnessed in company history. Read all the details and see how much more you will be paying.
Big Oil may control the coal mines, the oil wells and the uranium. But you know what renewable energy source they don't own? The sun!
An upcoming decision by the California Public Utilities Commission regarding Net Metering could have a major impact on the state's booming solar power industry.
Assembly Bill 327 (AB 327), which was signed into law last year, directs the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to establish a new net-energy metering (NEM) framework. Read about the changes here.