Sullivan Solar Power was a finalist for the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce’s Annual CBAD Awards in the Community Footprint category. This award recognizes a local company or organization that demonstrates a commitment to a positive community legacy.
The Carlsbad Chamber recognized Sullivan for its local residential and commercial work that has already offset 13,505 metric tons of carbon dioxide in the Carlsbad community, which is helping preserve the city’s natural beauty by keeping the air clean.
Sullivan was further acknowledged for its commitment to educating the community on solar power by hosting frequent solar seminars and community events that are free and open to the public. The Sullivan team also volunteers with local nonprofit organizations and donates to climate change warriors. All of these efforts cumulate to make Carlsbad an even better place.
The well-deserving winners of the Community Footprint Awards were Nordson Corporation and Legoland California for their tireless philanthropic and volunteer work benefitting Carlsbad residents and visitors.
Attendees of the awards luncheon enjoyed a keynote presentation from Carlsbad local, Judi Sheppard Missett, founder and president of Jazzercise Inc, who was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chamber. As her company celebrated its 50th year in business, Missett spoke to the passion that successful people have for their work as the key to a company sustaining itself.
On what bolstered Sullivan Solar Power over the past 15 years, founder and president Daniel Sullivan, says “Sullivan Solar Power has dedicated the past fifteen years to giving San Diegans energy independence. Each and every Sullivan Solar Power employee shares in this passion, leads by example and works tirelessly to educate the public about solar power, creating solar advocates across Southern California.”