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NEM 3.0 Battery & Storage Options

NEM 3.0 shifts the cost of batteries and storage onto the consumer creating a DIY energy market in California.

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NEM 3.0 Redefines California Solar

If you are thinking about going solar, do it now! You have until April 13, 2023, to get grandfathered into NEM 2.0 and lock the terms for 20 years.

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2022 Sales Report

Our year-end sales report reflects the ongoing demand for clean, affordable solar energy in California.

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Understanding Your PG&E True-Up Bill

When you go solar, PG&E puts you on an annual billing schedule. You’ll still get a monthly statement for about $9 – $10, which covers the meter fee. But what you owe for the previous 12 months will be on your reconciliation statement or True-Up Bill.

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The Solar Industry Needs Veterans

The US Department of Energy has multiple programs for veterans interested in becoming part of the renewable energy and cybersecurity industries. Learn more about these training opportunities today.

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Solar Brokers FAQ

Using a broker to go solar gives you a huge advantage over working with a company salesperson! You’ll be better informed about your choices, have a clearer understanding of the process, and be far more satisfied with your decisions and outcome. Read through the FAQs to learn more.

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Not Your Everyday Solar Installation

The owner of Paso Robles Glass wanted to take his business solar, but there was one problem: He doesn’t own the building. Like many business owners, Paso Robles Glass leases the space from a commercial landlord. And generally, convincing commercial landlords to add solar to their rental properties is an idea that’s dead on arrival. Why should they?

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Commercial Solar – A Win/Win for Landlords and Tenants

Adding a solar system to a commercial property offers enormous benefits to landlords and tenants. It’s a tax-saving win for landlords who can also benefit from an additional income stream. And it’s a money-saving win for tenants who will pay much lower utility bills.