The Broadway Pier Cruise Terminal has 3 separate solar systems on its roof, all installed by Sullivan Solar Power. The first 2 Phases of this project were built while the building was under construction and closed to the public. The third phase of this project brought about challenges resulting from the pier being open to the public at the time of installation, and the space being frequently used for large events. With the expectation of a future installation, Sullivan Solar Power was able to install the necessary conduits and equipment during the building's construction, making the final phase a seamless overall process. This particular phase of the Project covered the last 3 of the remaining standing seam metal roof spaces, while the previous 2 phases covered the other 6. Comprised of 3 systems totaling 468 Sharp solar modules which were manufactured in the United States, the Broadway Pier Cruise Terminal is expected to produce 153,572kWhrs per year.
Port of San Diego Cruise Terminal has joined the Sullivan Solar Power solar energy revolution!
This Port of San Diego solar power installation is generating clean, renewable electricity directly from the sun’s rays, saving Port of San Diego Cruise Terminal money and helping preserve the natural beauty of Port of San Diego.