Go Solar California

Go Solar California

Solar installers in California Go solar in California.  Get solar panel installation quotes from multiple California solar energy installers near you.  Solar is a great way to save money every year on your electric bill.  Solar energy systems also increase the value of your home. Get your California solar quotes today and save.

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Why The US Army, Navy, & Military Veterans Love Solar

Why The US Army, Navy, & Military Veterans Love Solar

When our soldiers are asking “why are we here” and the answer to them is oil, that is a problem.  With the introduction of renewable energy into the US military, our soldiers are seeing the great benefit of renewable energy. Originally published on Solar Love. Donald Trump says he wants to create American jobs, but he is cool to the idea of renewable energy, which he claims is “too expensive.” Don’t tell that to the…

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Solar Energy “Historic” Job-Creating Pace Endures, For Now

Solar Energy “Historic” Job-Creating Pace Endures, For Now

Solar jobs are booming, for now.  Trump and the “oil” cabinet may put a huge dent into the solar energy job growth. Solar energy jobs are booming, according to the non-profit Solar Foundation. The organization’s annual National Solar Jobs Census for 2016 showed that the solar industry’s contribution to the national employment picture is significant, adding up to one out of every 50 new jobs created last year. That kind of firepower makes the solar…

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Solar Installations For Churches Are Getting Easier & Cheaper

Solar Installations For Churches Are Getting Easier & Cheaper

Faith members considering solar power for churches, temples, mosques, and other houses of worship are discovering that installations are getting both easier and cheaper. Since 2009, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), costs for non-residential solar installations have dropped around 73%, from around $7.50 per kilowatt to today’s cost of about $2 per kilowatt. Conversations On Solar Power For Churches Are Trending In Minnesota, for example, approximately 400 congregations are working with Minnesota…

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Benefits of Community-Owned Renewable Energy

Benefits of Community-Owned Renewable Energy

Every homeowner has property that can be used to generate energy.  Have a roof?  Then you have the perfect place for solar panels. By the end of 2015, U.S. renewable energy capacity from wind and solar power eclipsed 100,000 megawatts, with another year of historic growth. Despite its many advantages, however, community renewable energy has been a small fraction of this impressive figure. Below is part one of our Beyond Sharing Report, a report released…

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Solar Power Is Not Merely Least Expensive

Solar Power Is Not Merely Least Expensive

We’ve seen a lot of commentary on the fact that utility-scale solar power has become the least expensive source of electricity in many places. There is more than that to be found in the data in Lazard’s Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis, Version 10.0, however, and what it tells us is that solar and wind power have benefits apart from the simple facts that their costs are low. We have always needed a variety of…

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Musk’s Vision of Indie Solar

Musk’s Vision of Indie Solar

Solar panels that look like roof tiles?  Musk says yes! “No One Saw Tesla’s Solar Roof Coming.” Bloomberg’s Tom Randall reported today that Tesla’s new solar roof was not anything like the predictions that have been flying around the tech news websites. Some thought it might be a system comprised of large standing-seam panels, like those in development by Forward Labs, or some variation on the solar shingles that came and went earlier in the…

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Solar Policy in the Next Four Years

Solar Policy in the Next Four Years

Clinton is pro-solar. Trump is anti-solar. Beyond that, what do we know? At the time of this writing, the United States is just weeks away from going to the polls to decide the single ugliest election since the civil war. Although the Clinton campaign appears to be opening a widening lead, anything could happen. The bigger question mark is what happens down the ballot, in congressional races and state races. According to the political stat-geeks…

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Solar Companies Near Me

Solar Companies Near Me

Solar Companies Nearby Looking for a solar company near you?  The Residential solar energy Helpline will help you find the best solar companies nearby. Call (855) 972-8118 Home owners in California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey can save over 20% with solar panels.  Call today to find out which “solar companies near me” offer the best deal for you.  Call the Residential Solar Energy Helpline today to find out which solar incentives and tax…

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Florida Voters Defeat Utility-Backed Solar Amendment

Florida Voters Defeat Utility-Backed Solar Amendment

In what solar advocates are calling a “David and Goliath battle,” a bipartisan grassroots coalition has successfully defeated a utility-supported measure to put restrictions on solar in the state of Florida. The measure was voted down on Tuesday night, failing to win the 60 percent support it needed to pass. The loss comes despite more than $25 million in backing from large energy companies, with an additional $3.5 million pumped into the campaign days ago….

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