In 2015, when the California Department of Fish and Game decided to install a solar power system at its Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, officials called Sullivan Solar Power to get the job done. The building is located in the eastern part of San Diego County between Jamul and Dulzura and serves as the headquarters for the 5,600-acre Rancho Jamul reserve. We designed, built and installed a 20.5 kilowatt-AC system with 72 Kyocera panels to power the ranch's headquarters building. Due to ample open space in the mostly rural area, the solar panels were ground mounted and positioned optimally to capture the sun's rays.
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 Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve. On average, each year a solar energy system this size will: