Sullivan Solar Power Closes Successful Yorba Linda Solar Rebate Program; Launches New Initiative for Mission Viejo Residents

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Citywide program results in largest collective deployment of residential solar in Yorba Linda history

The vision is to lead a solar energy revolution where we shift our dependence from foreign fossil fuels to renewable resources.

Sullivan Solar Power, a leading Southern California renewable energy company, announced Friday that its popular Yorba Linda Solar Program has resulted in the largest collective deployment of residential solar in the city’s history. The innovative incentive program closed April 26, 2013 at 5p.m. and will generate enough power to eliminate approximately 442,733 pounds of polluting carbon emissions per year.

As a result of the Yorba Linda Solar Program, 32 property owners in the city will be declaring energy independence. Across the 180,957 watts of solar power to be installed from the initiative, Sullivan Solar Power is paying community participants more than $65,000 collectively in cash payments.

Yorba Linda homeowner Kelly Mathis had average electric bills of $150 per month and decided to go solar to save money and to be less dependent on the utility. The Mathis residence signed up for the program to insulate their energy costs from Southern California Edison’s increasing rate hikes.

“I decided to go solar because of the increasing cost of electricity, and I didn’t think that trend would reverse in the future,” said Kelly Mathis, whose solar power installation started Monday.

The average homeowner who signed up to participate in the program had an average electric bill of $234 per month, and will now have a new monthly solar payment of $182 for the same amount of electricity but produced from sunlight. In addition to a lower monthly payment, homeowners are also able to receive a federal tax credit to the tune of $7,000.

As part of the company’s larger vision for solar expansion in Orange County, a new program exclusive to residents in Mission Viejo, Calif. launched. The new program will allow up to 100 participants to go solar for no upfront cost with guaranteed cash-back incentives. Available through June 3, 2013, the Mission Viejo Solar Program includes three incentive milestones, and early adopters will receive the largest incentives.

“Our solar programs are designed in a manner that financially encourage the entire community to go solar,” said Dustin Urquhart, director of Orange County operations at Sullivan Solar Power, “The vision is to lead a solar energy revolution where we shift our dependence from foreign fossil fuels to renewable resources.”

Sullivan Solar Power will host a free solar luncheon on Saturday, May 4 at 11 a.m. for the public to learn how to participate in the Mission Viejo Solar Program. During the one-hour presentation held in the Mission Viejo City Hall at 200 Civic Center, local property owners will learn about solar technology, rebates and incentives and case studies. For more information on the Mission Viejo Solar Program, visit http://www.MissionViejoSolarProgram.org or call 1-800-SULLIVAN.

About Sullivan Solar Power
Sullivan Solar Power is a turnkey solar system provider that delivers solar electric projects from concept to completion. The company has installed over 14,000,000 watts of solar power ranging from small-scale residential to large-scale commercial and municipal systems. Sullivan Solar Power is headquartered in San Diego, CA and owned and operated by Dan Sullivan. Sullivan Solar Power has a longstanding A-plus rating with the Better Business Bureau, with no complaints filed since the business began. The firm has been named one of the fastest growing energy companies in the nation by Inc. Magazine for three consecutive years and services all of Southern California. Regardless of project size and scope, Sullivan is committed to delivering the best products and the most qualified professionals to its customers. Visit http://www.sullivansolarpower.com for more information.

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