We're here to help guide you through the process of converting your home or business to solar energy. Call us at 707-937-1701 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We serve the Mendocino coast, as well as inland Comptche, Willits, Ukiah and Anderson Valley areas.
There's a lot going on in the field of solar generated electricity, and a lot going on with solar energy on the coast and throughout Northern California. Sign up for our monthly newsletter "News from the Solar System" to hear client success stories and the latest about Mendocino Solar Service. Here's a tidbit from our November 2016 post-election e-news. "We end this issue on a concerned, but cautiously optimistic note when we consider the future of solar energy. On the short term, however, homeowners and businesses hoping to go solar and use the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit should consider acting sooner rather than later." Find out why, and stay up to date on solar energy, by receiving our monthly e-news. Sign up now here: News From The Solar System.
December 2015 brought great news for solar supporters.
Nationwide, the 30% Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit was extended through 2019, for both residential and commercial solar installations.
In California, the Public Utilities Commission issued proposed Net Metering 2.0 guidelines which largely rejected anti-solar proposals by Big Utilities.
In Paris, France, 196 countries reached an agreement on addressing climate change, embracing renewable energy sources, including solar, as crucial to the climate solution.
For more information --and links-- visit our Solar 101 page
Do you own, or are you planning on buying an electric car? Let solar energy be your fuel!
A grid-tied system will produce energy during the day, being “stored” on the grid for later use. You can charge your car in your garage at night using the energy from the day’s production. We can size a system to provide the amount of “fuel” you need for the car, or it can be added to a larger system to offset your household usage.
Rebates and special PG&E rate schedules are available for car charging stations.
Take a look at our slideshow of common questions and their answers. This can help if you are wondering if a solar electric system would work for your home.