Commercial & Residential Solar Solutions

XsunX Customer Service Commitment Shines in Working Through California Solar Incentive Process

Aliso Viejo, CA – February 26, 2015 – XsunX, Inc. (OTC: XSNX), a leading solar power solutions provider, commented today on the California Solar Incentive (CSI) program for commercial solar projects that resulted in wait-listed applicants, among them an XsunX customer, that the Company was able to provide speedy and complete implementation of a commercial solar power system guaranteeing the customer access to CSI cash incentive funds.

The California Solar Incentive program became over-subscribed in that they received more applications for incentive funds than remaining funds in the program. To address this, a Wait List was established for applicants to Southern California Edison’s General Market Non-Residential CSI program. The program stated that applications on the Wait List are not guaranteed a CSI Incentive. Because of this, companies seeking incentives who receive conditional approval to proceed are required to complete projects within a compressed time schedule, and accurately finalize and deliver all necessary paperwork to secure incentive funds.

One of XsunX’s customers, a plastics and vinyl components manufacturer based in South Los Angeles, CA, learned that their application had received a conditional reservation under the CSI program and had a short time to complete the installation, secure all inspection approvals, and deliver post installation certifications or the client could lose their conditional program approval. XsunX began implementation of the 118kW system on December 10, 2014, received all of the required city approvals prior to year-end, and finalized all Edison paperwork and approvals. This resulted in the client recently becoming one of the last commercial projects to receive incentive funding from this oversubscribed CSI program.

“One of the key reasons for XsunX’s growth over the past year has been our commitment to 100% customer satisfaction,” said Tom Djokovich, CEO of XsunX, Inc. “The challenge facing this specific customer was one that required speedy response, technical know-how, and complete dedication and focus – trademarks of the XsunX brand. As commercial solar continues to skyrocket in California, we are confident that our reputation as a solar partner will continue to generate word-of-mouth referrals, resulting in increased revenue opportunities.”

About XsunX

XsunX provides solar energy solutions that deliver significant bottom-line financial benefits to businesses. We specialize in the sale, design, and installation of commercial solar power systems. The company has developed a highly skilled team of qualified engineering and specialty contractors with extensive commercial solar experience necessary to service the diverse conditions that can be encountered in commercial buildings. We couple this superior design and delivery capability with factory direct pricing, and zero down financing options to provide exceptional solar power investment opportunities for our customers.

For more information, please visit the Company’s website at, or to learn more about the benefits of solar energy for your business schedule a free PV project assessment.

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Company Contact:
Tom Djokovich, President and CEO

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