Sullivan Solar Power positions itself for continual growth across Southern California as more homeowners understand the environmental and economic benefits of going solar.
"Riverside County is home to some of California's highest solar adoption cities, and we are very excited to open a new regional location in response to the high demand of our Inland Empire community," said Daniel Sullivan, president of Sullivan Solar Power.
"We'd been looking for a long, long time," said Gary Gelinas, a Temecula Valley High School science teacher. "With the sun out there giving free energy, and with all the rebates from Edison, the state and Sullivan, it made economic sense. It's got to pencil out. We figure, the system would pay for itself in five to seven years; after that, it's free energy for as long as it's on the house."