Countywide Solar Program Offering Cash Incentives Enters Second Phase

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Riverside County homeowners can go solar for $0 upfront and get paid up to $1,500 through Dec. 31

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We were paying over $300 in electricity and went solar with the Riverside County Solar Program to offset our Edison bill,” said Mark Eldridge, “We shopped around and Sullivan Solar Power was the best; they had the best prepaid rate and customer service.

Sullivan Solar Power, a leading Southern California renewable energy company, announces that its second phase of the Riverside County Solar Program has begun. Exclusive to Riverside County homeowners and businesses, the innovative program allows residents to go solar for no upfront cost and receive up to $1,500 cash-back for their involvement. With the first phase of the program ending, local residents are eagerly jumping on the solar bandwagon and signing up to go solar with the Riverside County Solar Program.

“Sullivan Solar Power championed the program to inspire residents to declare energy independence and make a longstanding impact on the community by reducing our carbon footprint,” said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of the firm, “We have a vision of changing the way Riverside County generates electricity by offering incentives that will build strong solar communities.”

The Riverside County Solar Program has completed its first phase of funding, with 250,000-watts of solar committed to be installed. Most program participants are installing a solar power system around 6,000-watts of solar capacity, eliminating their Southern California Edison electric bill and will receive a tax credit of $6,925. During the second phase of the program, community residents are still able to receive guaranteed cash-back incentives up to $1,500, in addition to monthly savings.

The Eldridge family, who lives in Murrieta, recently signed up with the Riverside County Solar Program to lock in their increasing electricity costs. Their 7,125 Watt solar powered system was installed in March. For the project, Sullivan Solar Power designed the system with 16 locally manufactured SunPower solar panels and an SMA Sunny Boy inverter.

“We were paying over $300 in electricity and went solar with the Riverside County Solar Program to offset our Edison bill,” said Mark Eldridge, “We shopped around and Sullivan Solar Power was the best; they had the best prepaid rate and best customer service.”

The Riverside County Solar Program, similarly to the now expired California Solar Initiative state rebate for solar, is set up in a manner which provides the early adopters the greatest rebate amounts. Participants who sign up first will receive the largest incentives, and the amount of the payments will continue drop as more capacity is committed. Up to 500 participants are guaranteed cash-back incentives if they sign up to participate before the program expires on December 31.

To join the solar energy revolution and schedule a free, non-obligation site evaluation, call 1-800-785-5482. Visit RiversideCountySolarProgram.org for additional details.

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 Orange County, Inland Empire and San Diego. The company has installed more than 18 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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