The considerable amount of untapped solar power resources in Los Angeles County could be a solution to climate and finacial woes.
Many Southern Californians believe that they need a $150 electric bill in order to qualify for solar panel installation. However, the amount of your electric bill doesn’t limit you from installing solar panels. In our blog post, we explain why solar marketers use the $150 limit.
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.
The Center for American Progress (CAP) has found that homes in middle class communities now account for the largest percentage of solar electric installations in states like California, Arizona and New Jersey.
In order for renewable energy to make a significant impact on the state economy and greenhouse gas emissions, it needs to be accessible to everyone. AB 217 extends important programs for low-income residents in California.