Did you know you can save from the first day of a solar install, whether electric, water or pool heating? Read more about how you can save big when going solar here: #Sacramento#Solar#BeGreenSaveGreen
California is leading the way in the nation for solar installs. A recent study has shown how our current infrastructure could support solar installs that would generate 5 times the state’s electricity needs. Wouldn’t you like to see California’s urban areas covered in solar panels? #Solar#California#California
The Golden State's commercial rooftops and other urban areas present plenty of opportunity for power generation through small- and utility-scale solar installations, according to a study in the journal Nature.
Solar Basics. To install a solar electricity system on your home, you will need to work directly with a solar contractor. They will handle all the permitting as well as the application process for incentives mandated by California State legislation. Step 1: Find out if solar is right for you ...
Solar installation pricing has dropped nearly 12% in 2014, according to a recent article from Greentech Media, the largest decline across any of the market segments. Read more here: #Solar#GreentechMedia#GoSolar#Aztec
Wondering why more and more homeowners choose to own their PV systems rather than lease? Tax incentives and rebates are two great reasons why! Read more about solar ownership versus leasing here: #Solar#RealEstate#BeGreenSaveGreen
A recent study showed a strong correlation between climate change and our current drought crisis in California. Water conservation goes hand-in-hand with a more environmentally conscious future. Read more about the findings here: #Solar#SEIA#ClimateChange#Drought
Rain and snow have graced the West recently, causing many residents to breathe a sigh of relief about possible easing of the severe drought conditions that have worsened there over the past three-plus years. Complacency about drought and climate change is not warranted, say Dr. Noah Diffenbaugh and his research team from Stanford.
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The rising cost of energy has many worried… but not us. The sun’s power is FREE and the cost of photovoltaics is dropping: it’s down a whopping 80% since 2008! Read more about why solar power will be the most reasonably priced power source within the next ten years, from IB Times: http://ow.ly/JSX4X