Coachella Valley's Solar Program Launched to Help Region Declare Energy Independence

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Sullivan Solar Power Launches Program to Pay Homeowners up to $2,500.

Rancho Mirage residence utilizing solar

Going solar is a no brainer; the homeowner saves money, it supports our regional and national economies, it preserves our environment; and then here is the kicker – we are actually going to pay you to do it.

The unique microclimate of Coachella Valley results in an abundance of solar radiation throughout the year, with an average high temperature over 107 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months. The ample amount of sunlight received makes the Coachella Valley an ideal location to produce solar electricity. Sullivan Solar Power, a leading Southern California renewable energy company, is inspired by Coachella Valley’s potential for solar energy and today announced its launch of a communitywide incentive program to encourage mass adoption of solar power in the region.

“The Coachella Valley Solar Program offers property owners the opportunity to get paid to go solar with our company,” said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, “Participants can go solar for $0 upfront, eliminate their electric bills, and receive a cash-back incentive valued up to twice the amount of the State rebate.”

Coachella Valley’s Solar Program will last through May 31, 2013 is limited to 100 participants. To be eligible for cash incentives and the state rebate, participants must be serviced by Southern California Edison (SCE). The cities of Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, and Palm Springs are all serviced by SCE.

Sullivan explained that his company’s vision is to transition the region from foreign fossil fuels and dirty energy to clean, renewable, proven solar technology. The program is modeled similarly to that of the California Solar Initiative state rebate, in that it encourages the creation of a critical mass. Early adopters will receive the highest incentives, and incentives will continue to drop until fully exhausted.

“Going solar is a no brainer; the homeowner saves money, it supports our regional and national economies, it preserves our environment,” said Sullivan, “and then here is the kicker – we are actually going to pay you to do it.”

To learn how to participate in the Coachella Valley Solar Program, residents are encouraged to attend a free luncheon on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 11 a.m. in the YMCA of the Desert (43-930 San Pablo Ave, Palm Desert, CA 92260). The seminar will cover solar technology, rebates and incentives, case studies and the Coachella Valley Solar Program. The seminar will last approximately one hour and lunch is provided. RSVP by calling 1-800-SULLIVAN.

For additional information, visit http://www.coachellavalleysolarprogram.org.

About Sullivan Solar Power
Sullivan Solar Power is a turnkey solar system provider that delivers solar electric projects from concept to completion with offices in the Inland Empire, Orange County and San Diego. The company has installed more than 14 million watts of solar power ranging from residential to large commercial and municipal systems. Sullivan Solar Power has a longstanding A-plus rating with the Better Business Bureau, with no complaints filed since its founding in 2004. The firm has been named one of the nation’s fastest growing energy companies by Inc. Magazine and services clients throughout Southern California. Regardless of project size and scope, Sullivan is committed to delivering the best products provided by the most qualified professionals to every customer. Visit sullivansolarpower.com for more information.

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