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The California Energy Commission approved a measure  to allow housing developers to build homes without solar panels. Over 30 bipartisan lawmakers endorsed the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s  (SMUD) application to build its own large-scale community solar site. Passing the measure allows developers to bypass the new 2020 California Solar Mandate On January 1st, 2020 it...
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Did you know you can install solar panels on your own home or business? It’s true.  You don’t need to hire a licensed San Diego solar contractor to handle the installation. There are solar kits available online.  All you really need are a few manuals, some tools, and a ladder.  And you can begin generating...
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It’s not difficult to understand why solar energy is becoming more mainstream.  Lower monthly electricity bills, income generation potential, and smaller carbon footprints are just 3 of the biggest reasons why so many Americans continue to install solar panels on their rooftops. In 2012 alone, there were more than 83,000 new residential installations across the...
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A common question we get regarding getting solar panels installed in San Diego is; What is the process regarding installing solar panels? The following question will be answered based on a typical San Diego solar installation. If there are homeowners associations (HOA) or other variables they could add some time to the installation but the...
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San Diego Gas and Electric has an interesting way of lobbying for rate increases. The Public Utilities Commission authorized an initial annual revenue increase for the utility company of $123 million, for a new total of $1.73 billion, for 2012. Subsequent annual increases of nearly 3 percent will be tied to the urban Consumer Price...
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After doing research on San Diego Solar installers the Schoch family decided to have Sunline Energy install their 2kW system based on the reviews they had read online. After speaking with other San Diego solar installers, the Schoch’s decided to move forward with Sunline Energy on April 2nd. In exactly one month Sunline Energy was able to...
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The Terrazas Family contacted Sunline Energy when they realized that paying a growing bill of $300 per month in electricity bills was not a good plan for the long term. After hearing about the benefits of going Solar in San Diego they chose Sunline Energy to customize a system specifically for their needs. Due to...
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