Southern California Edison is about to make a big change in the way it charges its customers, and it will have a huge effect on the economics of adding solar to their homes.Read More
When Southern California homeowners install solar panels on their homes, they do so to dramatically reduce their electricity bills. The potential to generate a separate income from the energy produced and stored in the solar battery backup system is also extremely appealing.Read More
An energy audit can help tell you where you waste energy. If you find your electricity bills are consistently high, and not just through the holidays, you could be missing opportunities to lower your energy consumption and your energy bill.Read More
Currently, most residential SCE customers are on a tiered rate plan that determines the rate customers are charged per kilowatt-hour based on the total amount of energy consumed each month.
However, the TOU rate system is based on when energy is used, not how much. All three of California’s major investor-owned utilities—SCE, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E)—have been directed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to transition their customers into this new plan by the end of 2020.Read More
Your solar installation experts at SunPro Solar know what they’re doing. We’ve worked with thousands of Southern California homeowners just like you- nervous about how solar energy will work out for them, hopeful that solar energy will lower your energy bills and that one day you might be able to sell energy credits back to the electric company in order to make money instead of spending it on your utilities.Read More