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If you live in California and haven’t gone solar yet, you’re really missing out. Seriously. Our state is experiencing an unprecedented solar boom, with tens of thousands of homeowners and businesses slashing their utility bills and reducing their carbon footprints to zero. Thanks to these investments, California is already on track to generate 33% of...
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Last week, we covered an interesting story about how California had reached a critical milestone within the renewable energy industry. The state now has nearly 10 GW of solar energy capacity. This is slightly more than 50% of the nation’s total solar power. Think about that for a second. What this really means is that...
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California’s renewable energy mandate is one of the most ambitious in the country. By 2020, state utilities have been ordered to generate at least 33% of their electricity from clean power sources. This mandate is ambitious – but also very achievable. SDG&E has basically already reached its goal 6 years early. SCE and PG&E aren’t...
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Call it thought leadership.  Call it corporate social responsibility (CSR).  But when you go solar in San Diego, something truly magical happens: As a homeowner, you signal to neighbors that you care about the community.  You are a responsible and involved steward of the environment.  You’ve taken an important step forward and become part of...
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At Sunline Energy, we champion all forms of renewable power. But the reason we love solar energy so much is because it is 100% scalable and modular.  You can add 1 panel… or 1000 panels, depending on budget and space.  And you have clean, free electricity starting on Day 1. As San Diego’s favorite solar...
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In Part 1 of How Much Do Solar Panels Save You Every Month?, we looked at the 2 primary reasons why San Diego homeowners and businesses embrace solar technology: PV panels help you save money (i.e. lower utility bills) PV panels help you save the environment (i.e. less pollution) But how much money and CO2...
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From 1926 to 2011, the S&P 500 offered an average rate of return of roughly 9.77%. That’s a fairly respectable figure for anyone who consistently stayed in the game for all those decades. But 9.77% is hardly a realistic rate of return.  After all, 1926 to 2011 produced a fair number of busts and booms...
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