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The Center for Climate Protection and Solar Sonoma County have joined to advance solar locally and beyond. Solar Sonoma County is becoming a special program of the Center for Climate Protection.

Solar Sonoma County sponsors, vendors, and members will enjoy enhanced benefits with the merger. Anticipated new and renewed program approaches include accelerating solar deployment, solar vendor and solar consumer support, and support for Sonoma County’s new Community Choice program, Sonoma Clean Power.
https://climateprotection.org/portfolio-item/center-for-climate-protection-expands-with-solar-sonoma-county/
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California to Require Solar on All New Homes Starting in 2020
California to Require Solar on All New Homes Starting in 2020
Includes Visionary Solar Plus Storage Option

With a historic vote, the California Energy Commission (CEC) unanimously agreed 5 – 0 to require solar on all new homes in California starting in 2020, becoming the first state in the country with the clean energy requirement. The new rules will also include a solar plus storage option to give consumers more clean energy choices....
http://calssa.org/press-releases/2018/5/9/california-to-require-solar-on-all-new-homes-starting-in-2020
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California to require solar panels on most new homes
It's the first state where the renewable energy is mandatory.

There's no question that solar power is entering the mainstream, but California is about to give it a giant boost. The state's Energy Commission is expected to approve new energy standards that would require solar panels on the roofs of nearly all new homes, condos and apartment buildings from 2020 onward. There will be exemptions for homes that either can't fit solar panels or would be blocked by taller buildings or trees, but you'll otherwise have to go green if your property is brand new.
https://www.engadget.com/2018/05/06/california-to-require-solar-panels-on-most-new-homes/
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California blew through a series of peak solar and renewable energy generation records last week, showing not only the increasing potential of the state to run on renewable energy, but also the work remaining to be done.
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The trend to “electrify everything” stems from the need to move away from natural gas. While natural gas is touted as a “clean” energy source – even to this day by SoCalGas, which was responsible for the largest natural gas leak in U.S. history – it is, in fact, a fossil fuel. Read more here

https://climateprotection.org/electrify-everything/
Electrify everything
Electrify everything
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Read our Blog post about the Solar Tariff by expert John Matheny.
"A tariff is a tax, and this one is both needless and destructive to American workers and the solar industry."
http://solarworksca.com/effects-of-the-solar-tariff/
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Sonoma County shared in the U.S. solar industry’s boom times last year, with strong job growth reported here, a jump partly attributed to increased customer demand and a rush to take advantage of federal tax credits.
http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/6838091-181/sonoma-county-solar-industry-ranks
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