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Sullivan Solar Power Breaks Ground on New Solar Project at UC San Diego on Solstice

June 20, 2013

University of California, San Diego began its most recent solar photovoltaic project on the summer solstice. The Mayer Hall rooftop is one of seven on-campus sites scheduled to go solar as part of 763,858 watt project to add to the university's already impressive solar portfolio.

"The newly launched project shows UC San Diego's commitment to renewable energy, as the university is the most solar powered campus in San Diego County," said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, "Time and time again, the university is stepping up to be not only a local demonstrative model for clean technology in our community, but also a national leader for campus sustainability."

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