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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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California’s wildfires used to be seasonal. Now they happen all year long, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in damage.
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Residential Solar Panel Installation
The California solar industry is a shining example of what can happen when we put our minds together. The planet is in crisis. Electricity prices continue to soar. And we are dangerously dependent on imported energy. But politicians, businesses, and private citizens throughout California have come together to develop meaningful solutions to these challenges. And...
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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has just authorized a new pilot program known as “matinee pricing.” This initiative will allow SDG&E to change some of its rates for energy-hungry commercial, industrial, and agricultural utility customers. But what is matinee pricing? Under the older pricing scheme, the most attractive electricity rates were during evening hours....
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Earlier this year, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) voted on changes to the state’s net energy metering program – a special incentive that allows solar customers to sell excess electricity to their utility companies in exchange for credits. Not surprisingly, utilities wanted to make drastic changes to net energy metering because they don’t like...
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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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In most markets (including California’s), peak electricity demand is historically during the day – when businesses, schools, and government agencies are all running at full capacity. And so the decision to go solar is a no-brainer. The sun shines brightest during the middle of the day, and installing photovoltaic (PV) panels allows you to avoid...
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