In the spring of 2018, Rooftop Solar finished construction on the award winning San Francisco De Asis Catholic Parish and School. Rooftop Solar was able to assist not only in the design and installation of the photovoltaic system, Rooftop engineers consulted with the SFDAC years earlier during the design and development of the building.


The 116.82 kW system will generate about 95% of the total energy for the church and school with renewable power for the next 30 years. The long term savings for the project are projected to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The solar panels were mounted to the metal roof using a custom solution to avoid roof penetrations. Extra care was taken in choosing this equipment and preserving the aesthetic appeal of these cutting edge buildings.

Rooftop Solar was proud to partner with the San Francisco De Asis Catholic Parish and their commitment to environmental stewardship, while creating a long term investment that will provide significant utility savings over the next three to four decades.

298,475 Lbs of CO2

Emissions Reduced per year!

The equivalent of:


Homes’ Electricity
Use for One Year


Trees Planted

7 15

Vehicles Average
Use per Year


Custom Roof Mounted Panels; Grid-Tied.


116.82 kW; School and Sanctuary


  • (396) 295 Watt PV Modules
  • Custom S5 Metal Roofing Hardware
  • Fronius Symo Inverters

What's your average electricity bill?

$750+ /month

Woah! You’ll be amazed what we can do about this.