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San Diego Solar
Solar Prices Decreasing
The Continued & Rapid Decline in the Cost of Solar It’s official – the cost of solar is declining at a record pace. The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) recent report showcases the rise in affordability of solar. In 2016 Solar was the world’s fastest growing energy source, but critics were suspicious of such rapid...
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Sunline Solar Fossil Fuels
Solar Energy Growth Easily Outpaces Fossil Fuels   The solar industry in the United States has achieved staggering growth over the last decade. Despite the rapid market expansion the United States produces only 2% of the country’s electricity through solar power. This growth is not showing any signs of stopping though; in fact, it appears...
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Residential Solar
Answering a Few Simple Questions Could Save You Thousands Annually Despite the recent implementation of Solar Tariffs at the start of the year, the Solar Energy Industry is still in the midst of a massive growth spurt. Over the last decade installations have grown from just 7.7 gigawatts a year to over 100 gigawatts annually....
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Sunline Residential Solar
Could Widespread Residential Solar Change the Landscape of Renewable Energy?   What are the capabilities of Solar Energy? What are its limits? How much power could it generate? The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory has answers to these questions from a recent Federal Study. Solar energy production is determined by a number of factors. These include the...
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Solar panel installation in San Diego
San Diego has just reached a critical milestone in its long-term Climate Action Plan. According to SDG&E, there are now 100,000 privately owned solar photovoltaic (PV) systems connected to the local utility grid.
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Climate change goals in San Diego
Last year, San Diego unveiled its Climate Action Plan – a bold initiative designed to move the county off of fossil fuels entirely by 2035. The plan also calls for a dramatic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by that same year.
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San Diego’s Climate Action Plan was considered by many to be a long shot. By 2035, the city hopes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% – and generate 100% of its electricity from clean power sources like solar energy and wind. The reason there is so much skepticism, however, is because the initial Climate...
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