Sullivan Solar Power installed a 131,652-watt solar power system at the Chabad Hebrew Academy’s 27-acre campus in Scripps Ranch. The system consists of 446 Sunpower panels, which are high-efficiency panels capable of turning the sun’s rays into renewable electricity. The cost of the system was paid for in part by a $96,090 rebate the school applied for and received through the California Solar Initiative. The school’s system was grandfathered into the San Diego Gas & Electric net metering program, which allows the school to sell excess electricity the system generates but isn’t used on the campus to the utility and place it on the public energy grid.
This Private Commercial solar power installation by Sullivan Solar Power is part of the solar energy revolution and generating clean, renewable electricity for Chabad Hebrew Academy. On average, each year a solar energy system this size will: