At the beginning of the year, the U.S. imposed a number of tariffs, including on imported solar panels and solar cells. This tariff was set at 30%. Every indication is that the U.S. is working to lower these tariffs soon, but until then people are struggling to understand the impact. Understandably so, home owners have enjoyed lower energy bills since making the switch to solar power. Those...Read More
While we’re all busy making merry this season, chances are we’re also all consuming a lot of energy. If you’ve already got your Christmas lights up, your tree plugged in, and the heating cranked up in preparation for hosting friends and family, you’re likely consuming a lot of energy. It may be the perfect time for an energy audit.
Why Do You Need An Energy Audit?
An energy audit can help...Read More
The holidays are upon us and across the nation, temperatures are rising on the West Coast and dropping on the East Coast. What this means to home owners is that air conditioning and heating costs will soar as more electricity is being consumed. For home owners with solar panels, they won’t experience this energy suck and drain on their bank account. However, to keep up the savings and...Read More
Thanksgiving is nearly here, which means after the Black Friday crowds comes Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday started as a reaction to the large chain stores that offered big savings and often took business away from local stores. In an effort to support local small businesses, Small Business Saturday was born. Small Business Saturday isn’t just about shopping local...Read More
We’ve all heard about the 2020 mandate for solar panels in all newly constructed California homes, but what about homes that were built before 2020? Title 24’s mandate didn’t include upgrading older homes in the state. Many of these old homes can benefit from solar panels as well. Consider the following benefits for California home owners who switch to using solar panels:...Read More
July and early August 2018 boasted some of the hottest days on record in Southern California. Air conditioning units throughout the region ran 24-hours a day. The rest of the summer promises more of the same.
As grateful as we are for the air conditioning units that make these months bearable, we are markedly less pleased with the energy bills that arrive in the following weeks. That...Read More