Photo of El Cajon solar panel installation by Sullivan Solar Power at Pepper Drive Elementary School

El Cajon Solar Power: Pepper Drive Elementary School

Students at Pepper Drive Elementary School in El Cajon are benefitting from solar power and seeing first-hand how renewable energy can help keep their world a better place, thanks to Sullivan Solar Power. Our company was chosen to install a solar power system at the school, which serves students in grades K-8 in the Santee School District. The solar energy system consists of 20 Sunpower modules and a single SMA inverter and can produce up to 6.2 kilowatts-AC of power for the school buildings.


This Non Profit and Government solar power installation by Sullivan Solar Power is part of the solar energy revolution and generating clean, renewable electricity for Pepper Drive Elementary School. On average, each year a solar energy system this size will:

  • Generate 9,300 to 12,400 kilowatt hours of clean renewable solar power.
  • Avoid the creation of 15,376 pounds of harmful carbon dioxide released into our air.
  • Provide the system owner with $2,728 in Solar Power Savings.

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