POWAY, Calif. (PRWEB) October 22, 2014 -- A spiritual leader in the Poway community since 1960, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church is showing their dedication to creating a clean energy future and preserving our environment. The church has transitioned from utility power to solar energy with Sullivan Solar Power. The church’s facilities are used six days a week by various community members and organizations throughout the year, and the new solar installation will meet their energy consumption needs.
“Going solar allows us to practice good stewardship of all that God has given us,” said Johnny Watson, parishioner of St. Bartholomew’s Church, “Savings from solar will allow us to keep our facilities open long-term while keeping down our costs.”
The church energized their recently installed 56,708 Watt solar powered system in September. For the project, Sullivan Solar Power designed the system with 260 locally manufactured Kyocera solar panels. The project will produce 8,619 kilowatt-hours each month to offset 100 percent of the facility’s electrical usage. Additionally, each year this system will negate more than 128,000 pounds of carbon emissions from being emitted into the atmosphere.
“People of faith are increasingly aware that the Lord has blessed us with the resources we need to live a sustainable lifestyle,” said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, “It is a matter of choice as to whether we use those resources wisely, like solar energy, to show we are worthy and thankful for being blessed with dominion over the Earth.”
The church originally became interested in pursuing solar power after a St. Bartholomew’s parishioner visited a solar powered church in Walnut Creek in 2009. This year, after realizing the parish’s electricity bill was continuing to increase, they looked into a potential solar project of their own.
Sullivan Solar Power provided St. Bartholomew’s with a unique, lease to own financing tool that allows the church to adopt solar power with no upfront cost, keep their monthly payments equal to their current electric bill, and protect themselves from future rate increases. The church will own the system outright in seven years and be utilizing the free energy that falls from the sky each day for decades to come. Over the lifetime of the system, St. Bart’s will save more than $570,000 by going solar.
“St Bartholomew’s Church is setting an example in the faith community for being good stewards of God's divine creation,” concluded 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 19,600,000-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 Daniel 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.
Anne Bessinger, Sullivan Solar Power, http://www.sullivansolarpower.com, +1 (858) 271-7758 Ext: 214, [email protected]