CaliforniaFIRST financing recently became available for residents of the city of Fort Bragg. A similar PACE program will start countywide in 2015. The CaliforniaFIRST Program is a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program for residential and commercial properties. The p
Battery backup systems allow on-grid solar customers to continue to access some electrical power when the ‘power is out.’ The good news for consumers is that recent innovations in backup technology have made these systems more affordable. In addition, there are now solar i
Homeowners who install solar energy systems are eligible for a Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) of 30% of the cost of the system. This tax credit can be applied to multiple tax years. The ITC also applies to commercial property owners. The ITC is set to expire at the end of 2016. U
Among other pro-solar stances, Governor Brown has encouraged the expansion of Net Metering, which allows customers to feed their excess solar production back in to the grid, selling this power to utility companies such as PG&E. PG&E, along with other utility companies, has wor
California’s Governor Brown started his historic fourth term with an impassioned speech arguing that California must show leadership in the urgent fight against climate change. Governor Brown called specifically for three goals for California to reach by 2030. First, 50% use of
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