By Cameron Chai
A San Diego solar incentive program has been recently introduced for the residential property owners residing in San Diego County.
Daniel Sullivan's company is assisting San Diego meet its renewable energy goals.
This program is managed by Sullivan Solar Power, a local solar company. The program pays the residents for installing solar systems. A seminar about the program will be held on May 12, 2012 at Balboa Park.
The program is specially designed for the house owners in the County of San Diego. Participants, who are eligible, can install solar systems without any installation cost and their monthly electric bills will be reduced as well when compared to existing scenario.
Moreover, under the program, the house owner will receive $2,500 after 60 days from installation. This amount was offered to the house owners for supporting San Diego to achieve a sustainable future. Further, the program includes three phases and the earliest participant can receive high incentives.
According to the Founder and President of Sullivan Solar Power, the program changes the perception of San Diego residents, who can install solar systems at low cost through the program. The program will hike up the use of solar power in the County of San Diego and establish this area as the solar capital of the US.
People residing in San Diego can learn the eligibility criteria to qualify for the San Diego Solar Program by attending the educational seminar, which will be held at the Mingei International Museum. Lunch will be offered after the completion of the one hour seminar to those who RSVP.