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Higher Power Solar

Solar Energy Contractors La Mesa, CA

Higher Power Solar

8239 La Mesa Blvd, Suite 347c
La Mesa California 91942
United States

(619) 639-4066

Business Description

Higher Power Solar is a leading solar energy contractor based in La Mesa, providing top-quality solar energy solutions to residents and businesses throughout San Diego County. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping our clients save money and decrease their carbon footprint by harnessing the power of the sun.

We offer a variety of solar energy options including photovoltaic (PV), which converts sunlight into electricity, as well as solar thermal systems, which use sun's heat to produce hot water or power air conditioning units. Our PV panels are made with the highest-quality materials and are designed to withstand the diverse climate of San Diego County. We also offer monitoring systems that allow you to track your energy production and consumption and adjust your system as necessary.

Business Hours

Monday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Tuesday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Wednesday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Thursday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Friday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Saturday4:30 am - 11:30 pm
Sunday4:30 am - 11:30 pm

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About La Mesa

La Mesa (Spanish: La Mesa, lit. 'The Table') is a city in San Diego County, located nine miles (14 kilometers) east of Downtown San Diego in Southern California. The population was 61,121 at the 2020 census, up from 57,065 at the 2010 census. Its civic motto is "the Jewel of the Hills." == History == Before European colonization, the area that is now La Mesa was home to the Kumeyaay. The Kumeyaay were a Yuman-speaking people who practiced horticulture and hunting and gathering. The Kumeyaay organized themselves into a federation of self-governed bands, or clans. Beginning in 1769, the Kumeyaay of La Mesa and the larger San Diego County region were enslaved by Spanish colonists or later forcibly relocated to reservations. La Mesa in Spanish means "the table", or alternately "the plateau", relating to its geography. La Mesa was part of a larger tract, Mission San Diego de Alcalá, and was used by Spanish missionaries.Through the years, the Spanish, Mexican, and American settlers valued La Mesa for its natural springs. In 1868, stockman Robert Allison moved to the area and purchased 4,000 acres of land from the heirs of Santiago Arguello, commandante of the Presidio of San Diego. This land became La Mesa, and the "Allison" natural springs were renamed the "La Mesa Springs." The importance of the springs is still reflected today in the name of the prominent "Spring Street," which passes through downtown La Mesa, and with the preservation of the spring house in Collier Park.La Mesa was founded in 1869 and The City of La Mesa was incorporated on February 16, 1912.Its official flower is the bougainvillea.In 2020, La Mesa was the site of civil unrest in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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