A solar PPA is a financing option available to homeowners or businesses who want to use solar energy at their property. This educational article lays out the benefits and the downsides.
Frequently people want to know how many solar panels they will need based on the size of their home. This blog post explains why the amount of electricity you use is more important for solar electric system design than the square footage of your home.
Find out if your roof is ready for solar energy by reading this educational blog article. We explain how the type of roof you have is as important as the age of your roof when it comes to solar panel installation.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has announced that pools for commercial or public use will now be eligible to claim rebates from the California Solar Initiative (CSI) for installing solar pool heater systems.
Solar energy could be an alternative investment strategy for Southern Californians who are retired or preparing for retirement. In this blog article, we evaluate two solar customers and show how they are benefiting financially from their solar panel installation.
Reading your Edison bill can be confusing for customers who have just installed a solar system. This blog post explains how to read the most important parts of the bill.
The Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit allows homeowners to claim up to 30% of the price you pay to install solar panels, which discounts the cost going solar significantly.
UCSD Study reveals solar panel cleaning may not be worth the cost. Allowing rain to clean the dust that might accumulate or merely hosing them down every once in a while may be sufficient.
With temperatures rising into the 80s and 90s, many homeowners are giving swimming pools a second look.
Find out how solar leasing works and figure out if it makes sense for you. Article discusses the pros and cons of leasing a system in hopes that the choice to lease or buy will become more clear.