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Over the past few days, we’ve looked at 3 of the biggest San Diego solar myths preventing fence-sitters from enjoying the many benefits of renewable energy technology. We’ve already covered: Myth #1: solar is too expensive (in general) Myth #2: solar is too expensive (for me – right now) Myth #3: solar simply isn’t powerful...
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In San Diego, many commercial property owners overpay in taxes – especially after making renewable energy improvements like installing solar panels. But there’s a little-known accounting loophole that allows you to “improve” your improvements and save a ton of money in the process? With cost segregation, you can save money on property taxes by accelerating...
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A 12% increase in electricity prices is tough for many homeowners in San Diego. If your old bill was $300 a month, you’re now paying an extra $36 every 30 days – for the exact same service. Harder still is a 25% rate hike.  Your monthly bill just jumped up another $75. But some unlucky...
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It goes without saying that we’re huge supporters of solar power. Not only do we have panels installed on our own homes, but we’ve also helped countless San Diego customers go solar.  For the next 25 to 40 years, these lucky individuals will reap the environmental and financial benefits of clean, free energy. Our commitment...
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At Sunline Energy, we frequently blog about San Diego’s net metering program. In some posts, we briefly mention the terrific benefits that this program offers. In other posts, we explore the dangers of discontinuing net metering (which is a real possibility, unfortunately). But we still receive questions from users about how net metering actually works...
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Imagine an energy efficient car that runs 100% on pure sunshine. Pretty amazing when you think about it. Even more amazing when you actually see it. We’re not describing some sci-fi alternate reality.  This novel concept is already here – and the trend is quickly spreading as electric vehicle (EV) owners increasingly use their solar...
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As part of its long-term renewable energy portfolio, California requires that San Diego utilities derive 33% of their power from green energy sources by 2020. It’s an ambitious but very achievable goal. In fact, on Thursday, September 26, 2013, San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) successfully generated nearly 33% of its peak power from a...
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