How  Solar Works (Part 2 of 2)

If you read the last blog written about how San Diego Solar works, one part that was left out was how San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) comes into the picture.

It is actually quite simple.

When you decide to get your San Diego solar installation from Sunline Energy you are actually helping to stabilize the overburdened California electric grid because any excess power you are generating but not using at that very moment from your San Diego Solar system causes your meter to spin back and give you credits for times when solar is not working (such as during the night).

Electricity is measured in kWh or kilowatt hours. Your bill is based on the amount of kWh you use per month.

By getting a San Diego grid tie solar system you are able to take advantage of the San Diego solar production while you no longer get a monthly bill.

The first 5% of households that go Solar in San Diego get an annual billing cycle with SDGE so if you have extra consumption one month, you can make up for it during the next.

Since you produce more San Diego Solar energy during the summer then the winter, this system is to your advantage. Best of all you always have power when you need it and you don’t need a back up generator or battery pack.

Fill out the form for more information about San Diego Solar and to get a free Ipad with the purchase of your system.

How Solar Works Infographic

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