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Solar Power installation company in Calimesa, California

Calimesa Solar Power

Calimesa is a city in Riverside County along Interestate 10 in the San Gorgonio Pass. With the Riverside valley to the west, the San Bernardino Mountains to the north and the lights of Palm Springs to the east, Calimesa is perfectly situated.

Besides being a nice place to live and work, Calimesa also is a great spot for solar power. With abundant sunshine and a need for air conditioning and other energy demands most of the year, Calimesa and solar power are a good match. Hundreds of Calimesa residents and business owners have been able to slash their utility bills and start saving on day one by going solar.

Sullivan Solar Power is an established Calimesa solar power company, committed to helping the region become energy independent by installing clean, green and renewable solar energy systems across the valley.

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Calimesa Solar Power: By the Numbers

Calimesa residents and business owners are helping lead the solar energy revolution across Riverside County and the rest of Southern California. By making the switch to solar and saving money while helping preserve the natural environment, Calimesa property owners are proving that solar energy is here to stay.

There are already nearly 1,000 solar panels operating in Calimesa and generating more than 1,200 kilowatts of clean, renewable power from the sun. Each year, solar power helps Calimesa residents save more than $541,000 that would have otherwise been spent on rising utility bills. At the same time, the move to solar in Calimesa is avoiding the creation of more than 3 million pounds of carbon dioxide.

Our Calimesa solar power customers are crucial to achieving our purpose of leading a solar energy revolution. To see some examples of our Calimesa solar power installations, click on the detailed solar case studies below.

Solar Installations Completed

291

Kilowatts Installed

1,230

Solar Panels Deployed

950

Pounds of CO2 Avoided Annually

3,050,450

Annual Dollars Saved

$541,209

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