Construction for the Cathedral City High School’s solar power system began last night. Sullivan Solar Power will install a customized solar power array specific to the needs of the school. This state-of-the-art system utilizes a low-profile design, which keeps the system’s height shorter than the gymnasium’s parapet wall at all points. This design will allow for an aesthetically pleasing finished product while maintaining the expected production of the system.
“We were fortunate to work with the Palm Springs Unified School District to provide a more sustainable and clean energy source for Cathedral City High School,” stated Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, “We are a company focused on education, so providing solar power for the high school was a privilege.”
The solar project consists of 319 high performance SunPower solar modules which will generate 177,794 kilowatts per year. It will offset more than $57,000 in utility costs annually and includes a full twenty-five-year product and workmanship warranty, as well as Sullivan Solar Power’s own ten-year production guarantee.