Incentives for solar energy systems are dwindling, Sullivan Solar Power's program for Riverside County property owners will run through the remainder of 2015. In 2016 the federal tax credit, which is the largest incentive available to homeowners at 30 percent of the total project cost, will also expire. In addition to local and federal incentives, the current favorable financial net-energy metering benefits to solar producers will be ending for those who do not install a solar energy system before the Southern California Edison deadline. Due to the several solar incentive programs ending, Sullivan Solar Power plans to double its local Inland Empire workforce by the year's end.
The best part of my experience was the professionalism. They clearly explained all phases of the project and they delivered exactly as explained with no surprises, except finishing the project earlier than expected.
This solar power installation by Sullivan Solar Power is part of the solar energy revolution and generating clean, renewable electricity for the Rick Boden family. On average, each year a solar energy system this size will: