243 kilowatt
solar power system

electricity needs

annual savings

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is committed to achieving its sustainability goals, reducing carbon emissions and utilizing renewable energy. The J&J Pharmaceutical Research and Development facility saw solar as a way to invest in their facility for energy and environmental performance.


SPG Solar designed and installed a rooftop solar power system that not only created an aesthetically pleasing design, but also satisfied the City of San Diego’s building height requirements and satisfied J&J’s sustainability goals.


The rooftop solar power system continues to shows J&J’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

“We must maintain in good order the property we are privileged to use, protecting the environment and natural resources.”Johnson & Johnson

Solar Power Generation

The rooftop solar power system produces over 310,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) yearly, equivalent to powering 30 average American homes annually and providing energy during peak hours of the day, when electricity loads and prices are at their highest.


  • Lower operating costs at the facility
  • Leadership role in investing in renewable energy
  • Offsets 248 tons of carbon dioxide annually
  • Equivalent to removing 47 cars from our congested roads yearly