Contractor Profile
Rank: 89

Sullivan Solar Power

In 2004, Daniel Sullivan founded Sullivan Solar Power with only $2,500 in the bank, a set of tools, a beat up truck while living out of his client’s garage. His vision was then as it is today: to fundamentally change the way this region and the world generate electricity. Sullivan Solar Power is a turnkey provider that delivers solar PV projects from concept to completion, including installation of EV chargers. The company has installed more than 39,000,000-watts of solar across 5,000 systems in Southern California, ranging from small-scale residential to large-scale commercial and municipal systems.


2016 Top 500 Solar Contractors

2015 STATISTICS

Top 500 Rank #89

Total Megawatts Installed Since Founded46.03 Company Founded2004
Total Megawatts Installed 201511.83 LocationSan Diego, CA
Employees163 Web Sitesullivansolarpower.com
Primary MarketResidential Primary ServiceRooftop Contractor


 

2015 Top 500 Solar Contractors

2014 STATISTICS

Top 500 Rank #109

Total Megawatts Installed 2014 5.937 Company Founded2004
Employees119 LocationSan Diego, CA
Primary MarketResidential Web Sitesullivansolarpower.com
Primary ServiceRooftop Contractor  


 

2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors

2013 STATISTICS

Top 400 Rank #97

Total Megawatts Installed 20135.194 Employees100


 

2012 Top Solar Contractors

2012 STATISTICS

Top 250 Rank #74

Total Megawatts Installed 20124.6 Employees76


 

2012 Top Solar Contractors

2011 STATISTICS

Top 100 Rank #51

Total Megawatts Installed 20113 Employees85


Featured Articles & Products

  • Parish responds to pope’s climate change challenge with solar panels

    St. Patrick Catholic Parish in North Park, California, recently declared energy independence with a 31-kWdc solar shade structure and roof-mounted solar system. Local firm Sullivan Solar Power designed and installed the arrays. “St. Patrick Catholic Parish is taking a leadership role in the Diocese of San Diego by going solar and doing their part to [Read More]

  • Google Glass Let’s Solar Technicians Go Hands Free In The Field

    If you haven’t heard of it already, Google has developed its “Glass,” a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display.  It allows users to perform certain tasks such as taking photos or viewing directions hands free. Now one contractor has found a use for it in the solar industry. Sullivan Solar Power, one of Solar [Read More]