星期一, 11月 29, 2021
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Sullivan Solar Power appears to cease operations

Local San Diego news outlets have reported that Sullivan Solar Power ceased operations the week of Nov. 1 and is leaving customers in the lurch. The San Diego Union Tribune reported that the doors to the company’s office in Miramar, California, were locked and no employees appeared to be inside.

Sullivan Solar was founded in 2004 and was highly involved in the industry, participating in solar policy efforts, in SPW‘s Top Solar Contractors list until 2018 and in Intersolar’s inaugural Solar Games in early 2020.

Solar Power World reached out to Sullivan employees and the California Solar & Storage Association for comment and did not receive a response as of Nov. 5. We will update this post as more information becomes available.

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