This is one of four sites installed by Sullivan Solar Power for SDSU. When SDSU decided to incorporate solar parking canopies into the construction of the Children's Center parking lot, in order to offset usage by the Center, Sullivan Solar Power was chosen. Comprised of (144) Sharp solar modules, which are manufactured in the United States, and SMA inverters, this system is expected to produce 48,477 kWhrs per year. "It's an amazing educational opportunity for our future generations to see the solar photovoltaic system producing energy each day, knowing the project will provide approximately 35 percent of the annual electricity for the Children's Center," said Tara Kelly, Associated Students Sustainability Commissioner.
Associated Students of SDSU has joined the Sullivan Solar Power solar energy revolution!
This SDSU solar power installation is generating clean, renewable electricity directly from the sun’s rays, saving Associated Students of SDSU money and helping preserve the natural beauty of SDSU.