The Our Lady of Angels campus in the east village of downtown San Diego is one of the many Catholic facilities that is utilized as both a school, a parish and a cornerstone of the local community. One of the biggest needs of the parish was reducing its monthly electric bills, which is how the decision to go solar was made. The installation on the roof of the parish hall and school consists of 181 Kyocera panels and three SMA inverters. The parish was the first Sullivan Solar Power Catholic project to utilize the Power Purchase Agreement platform. As a result, Our Lady of Angels will save $257,095 over the term of the agreement, which had zero upfront cost to the parish. This project also was one of the first four projects energized in the portfolio across all San Diego County Catholic projects, along with another Sullivan Solar Power project at St. Stephenęs.
This Catholic Diocese solar power installation by Sullivan Solar Power is part of the solar energy revolution and generating clean, renewable electricity for Our Lady of Angels. On average, each year a solar energy system this size will: