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Stay Cool AND Save Money

2017-08-25T21:01:19+00:00 Uncategorized|

Be Cool. Save Money. Go Solar. What was that Mr. Weatherman? It's going to be in the triple digits across San Diego county next week, and if I want to stay nice and cool I'll have to take a huge hit to my electric bill? That, in fact, will be the reality of our scorching San Diego climate next week... Triple. Digit. Heat! How can I stay cool AND save money? The answer to that question is solar energy. If [...]

Timeline of Upcoming SDG&E Rate Changes

2017-10-06T18:03:34+00:00 Uncategorized|

** Since this blog post, as of 08/24/2018, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved SDG&E's proposed change that we talk about below. This is now a reality and it can take affect as early as August, 2018. Timeline of Upcoming SDG&E Rate Changes Over the next couple years, SDG&E customers will see significant changes as everyone is transitioned to a Time-of-Use (TOU) rate structure. We will go over the timeline in which SDG&E has proposed these changes, as [...]

6 Questions to Ask Your Solar Contractor

2017-03-09T20:24:37+00:00 Uncategorized|

6 Questions to Ask Your Solar Contractor Installing a solar energy system on your home is a big financial decision. We want everyone to be educated in choosing the best solar company for their project. These are the 6 questions you need to be asking the solar companies you meet with, that way you can make the best choice for your situation. 1. How Long Has Your Company Been In Business? This is one of the most important questions you [...]

Spoiler: Google Might Be Your Universal Utility

2017-02-01T17:16:24+00:00 Uncategorized|

Spoiler: Google Might Be Your Universal Utility Google Energy could be the future of our renewable energy needs and Google Fiber could be the future of our internet/TV services. We all know that Google can accomplish anything, so why not give utilities a run for their money? While the battles between electric utilities and solar companies continue on, perhaps it's not such a bad idea. In fact, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission already gave Google Energy the go ahead to [...]