Lunch & Learn: Latest Advancements in Solar and Energy Storage

  • 11 Apr 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • BNIM 797 J St. San Diego CA, 92101

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Latest Advancements in Solar and Energy Storage

Join Sullivan Solar Power's nationally-certified energy practitioners and San Diego Padres' Facilities Services Director for an electrifying conversation on solar energy and battery integration for residential and commercial applications. Presenters will discuss the fundamentals of solar energy, recent and upcoming policy changes, advancements in energy storage and current incentives. This lunch and learn will also highlight the largest solar power system in Major League Baseball at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres. The system utilizes 716 high-efficiency, 470-watt Sunpower solar modules, and will produce over 12 million kilowatt hours over the next 25 years. It is the highest profile solar project on a San Diego facility since the city’s commitment to 100 percent renewable energy by 2035.


Presented by:


Brian Gaeta
Project Developer, 
NABCEP Certified PV Technical Sales Professional TM, Sullivan Solar Power 

A native Californian, Brian Gaeta has worked in the solar industry for over five years. He joined Sullivan Solar Power in 2013 as a Project Developer Assistant before transitioning to a Project Developer role. Brian received his PV Technical Sales certification from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and since then has sold over 740,000-watts of clean energy. Brian is among the top professionals in the state of California helping families gain grid independence by pairing energy storage with rooftop solar. In his free time, Brian enjoys playing drums in three different bands, surfing and preparing for his first child. 



John McEvoyDirector, Facility Services & Ballpark Management, San Diego Padres 

John McEvoy started his career in baseball for the Minnesota Twins where he spent 15 years. After opening Target Field in Minneapolis as a LEED Silver Certified NC facility, he lead the project to become the first Sports facility to have both NC, and LEED EBOM Certifications in 2011. John joined the Padres in 2015 as the Director, Facilities Services and works on Sustainability initiatives among other various day to day operations. John lives in Mira Mesa with his wife and 3 children. 



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