Solar Installation Advances San Diego Marine Corps Base Efforts to Go Green

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April 14, 2013

Camp Pendleton energized two more solar power systems recently installed by Sullivan Solar Power. The 221 kilowatt and 125 kilowatt systems are expected to save the military base hundreds of thousands of dollars and eliminate 13 million pounds of CO2 emissions.

"Camp Pendleton should be recognized as a leader in utilizing renewable energy opportunities. Between this solar installation and those completed within the last year, it's obvious that the base is committed to developing a renewable future for coming generations," said Daniel Sullivan, Founder and President of Sullivan Solar Power.

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