Southern California Edison (SCE) established new Time-Of-Use (TOU) plans in March of 2019 to help manage energy costs. These new TOU plans affect all Southern California residents regardless of whether or not they own solar panels. Southern California homeowners are...READ MORE
Tax Incentives for Commercial Solar Because the federal government changed the tax plan, commercial solar panels are more affordable than ever. The way that solar systems are depreciated has been changed so that they’ll cost businesses less. The plan, called the Tax...READ MORE
Are you interested in getting rooftop solar, but you’re not sure where to start, or you’re overwhelmed by the choices, or it seems too expensive? We can help. We are a small group of neighbors in University Hills (that’s the neighborhood adjacent to UC Irvine). Last...READ MORE
Newly Constructed Homes in California Must Adhere to Solar Construction Mandate The California Energy Commission voted to pass a law on May 9, 2018 requiring all newly constructed homes to be installed with solar panels in 2020. This is a benefit to the environment,...READ MORE
Residential Solar Installation Time-to-Completion You may have considered having solar panels installed on your house, having heard that they help you save money on electric bills. During your consideration, you might have wondered how much time would elapse during...READ MORE
It might be mysterious to you what’s going to happen on the first day of your solar installation. Here’s a preview showing three parts of the installation process. Inverter Location Inverters are the tools that convert alternating current (AC) energy to direct current...READ MORE
- New Southern California Edison Time-Of-Use (TOU) Plans Explained
- New Tax Plan Makes Commercial Solar Installation Cost Less Than Last Year
- Science, Technology, and Environment: You Don’t Have to Go it Alone in Going Solar!
- New California Law Requires All New Homes Built to be Equipped With Solar Panels
- How Long Does Solar Installation Take?