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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) intends for consumers to be informed when going solar. To insure this they’ve released a Solar Consumer Protection Guide, which takes you on a journey throughout the ins and outs of the solar process. In California you can no longer enter into an agreement with a solar contractor for an...
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Federal Soalar Tax Credit Phase-Down
In 2005 the U.S. Government first offered solar tax credits to incentivize homeowners to transition to cleaner energy sources. Due to its increasing popularity the program was extended time and time again. However,[…]
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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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A fight over the future of energy in Arizona has already cost over $50 million. And the struggle show no signs of slowing down. As part of the southwestern sunbelt, Arizona is the ideal state for harnessing the power of solar energy. Yet the State gets only 6 percent of its energy from the sun....
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Solar Panels powering a electric car
SDG&E will begin using new Time-Of-Use (TOU) periods for electric solar rates starting on December 1st. If you already have a solar energy system installed, or are in the process and will have permission to operate granted before the new TOU begin, then you will be able to remain grandfathered in at the old TOU...
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