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All residential solar energy systems connect to the main electrical grid through their utility company. The weather is unpredictable, so you can’t rely on solar energy system as a sole power source. Otherwise on cloudy days or during the winter you wouldn’t be able to get the power you need to run your household. How...
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Solar Tax Credit
Despite import tariffs and changes to solar tax credits, solar energy has never been more popular than today. Homeowner’s continue to see the massive value in going solar. By switching to a cleaner energy source buyers can lower their monthly energy bills, while also increasing the value of their homes. If you own your home...
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All good things must come to an end and the Federal Solar Tax Credit is no different. But the end isn’t here just yet… In response to growing demand for cleaner energy sources the EPA established the Solar Tax Credit in 2005. Originally intended to last only through 2007, the program still continues to this...
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Solar Before Summer
Summer is the most popular time for people to look into getting set-up with a solar energy system. Typically this coincides with when the first large electrical bill hits in late May or early June. Afterwards homeowners look for ways to alleviate this pain, with the clear answer being to go solar. What they didn’t...
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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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California Residential Solar
CEC Approves Solar Requirement on New Homes California is once again setting the gold-standard for solar. In just a few years all new homes constructed will be required to be equipped with solar panels.The five members of the California Energy Commission (CEC) voted unanimously 5-0 to approve the state’s Building Efficiency Standards. The regulations, which...
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A few weeks ago, we wrote about a proposed natural gas facility in Carlsbad. The power plant would help fill the gaps left by closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant and the state’s dwindling hydroelectric capacity. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) was originally on the fence about this natural gas facility – especially...
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