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Consumption spikes during holiday For Promotional Consideration | Sat, Nov 16 2013 12:00 PM

As we say goodbye to high temperatures and blasting air conditioning systems, we welcome cooling temperatures accompanied by Fall and the upcoming holiday season.  Turkeys and Christmas trees are just around the corner, and before we know it, the holiday season will be in full swing. This year American consumers should expect not only to empty their pockets on gifts for loved ones, but also on significantly higher electric bills. A combination of cold weather, rising heating costs, and higher consumption of electricity will leave many feeling the hefty impact.

“Southern California residents typically have the highest bills in the months of September and December, said Daniel Sullivan, founder and president of Sullivan Solar Power, “We see big spikes in solar adoption surrounding the high electricity bills.”

It is not just the consumption of heat and the occurrence of cold weather that causes electricity bills to skyrocket. Christmas lights are illuminating entire blocks, children are out of school on holiday break, increasing household electrical consumption, relatives visiting from out of town, and then of course, the new electronics from Santa – all of these factors add up.

Solar power is a popular alternative to not only beat the costly holiday energy bills, but to also overcome high electric bills year round. One thing is for certain, utility bills will not be going down. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, national electricity rates increase by more than six percent annually. By going solar, property owners can lock in their energy bills at a fixed rate, which makes solar the gift that keeps on giving, quite literally.

Sullivan Solar Power is encouraging local homeowners to sign up to go solar before the high winter electricity bills come in. The company is offering Sullivan Cash Rewards for the holiday season, which  allows property owners that sign up to go solar before December 31, 2013 to receive up to $1,500 cash back.

“In addition to saving money for your household, you help create a sustainable future for your next generations to come,” said Sullivan, “With Sullivan Cash Rewards, you can go solar for $0 down, save money every month, and we will actually pay you $1,500 to do it.”

To learn more about the benefits of solar power and how to insulate yourself from the high electricity bills of the winter, contact Sullivan Solar Power. To receive a no-obligation estimate, call 1.800.SULLIVAN or visit www.SullivanSolarPower.com.

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