Sullivan Solar Power's Inland Empire team was proud to represent the well-established, fifteen-year-old company recently at the Murrieta-Wildomar Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala, held at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula. The company's Riverside office was nominated for Small Business of the Year and was among a group of elite businesses to have earned such recognition.
In Riverside County alone, Sullivan Solar Power has deployed over 400,000 solar panels. Its solar installations have avoided over 1,055,759,307 pounds of carbon dioxide annually and has saved well over $187,320,000 for its clients annually. Sullivan's Inland Empire solar installations can be seen on rooftops from Palm Springs and Palm Desert to Temecula and Murrieta. The company's large commercial portfolio includes projects in Riverside County for Palm Springs Unified School District, Highland Police Station and Library and Corpus Christi Parrish in Corona.
Sullivan has extended its footprint in the region by partnering with organizations such as UC Riverside's highly acclaimed Southern California-Research Initiative for Solar Energy Department, the Center for Environmental Research & Technology Department and the Winston Chung Global Energy Center. They were also invited to participate in various panel discussions at global conferences as an industry leader and expert.
“We are extremely proud of being included in such extraordinary panels with some of the world's brightest minds regarding sustainable energy and environmental stewardship,” stated founder and president Daniel Sullivan, “The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing regions in the solar industry and we are proud to be a part of that growth.”
Another major component of Sullivan Solar Power's presence in Riverside County, specifically in Murrieta, is made possible by its solar education events. Since 2012, Sullivan Solar Power has hosted free, informational seminars at community centers, libraries and rotary clubs throughout the county. Sullivan Solar Power has also partnered with a number of nonprofit organizations, such as Climate Action Campaign, to deliver information to the public on policy, technology and incentives without a sales pitch.
For more information on Sullivan Solar Power's work in the Inland Empire region, visit our Riverside County installations page.