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Gogreen Now With A Solar Power System, And Begin Saving Up To 70% On Your Monthly Energy Bills!

Do you own your home?

There is no need  to rent your energy. Generate your own energy rather than giving your money to a utility company's. During the day any solar power generated by your system that is not used within your home is routed to the utility grid for credit with your  utility company. When your solar power system sends excess power to the utility company your meter actually spins “backwards” which generates credits to your account. As a solar power owner you will be considered a “customer generator” by the utility company  and the utility company is required, by law, to purchase any excess solar power your system produces until your bill is completely eliminated. The cost of a new solar power system is a fraction of what you will pay the utility company over years of usage. Currently, you are throwing money away by sending the utility company a check month after month, and year after year.

Generate your own energy and stop giving your money to a utility company’s

Solar Power systems are eligible for rebate checks from the California Solar Initiative. Rebates from the CSI program cover about 15% of the cost of your system.

What are the current state and federal incentives for Residential?

The CSI residential incentive program has exhausted its funding for the CSE/SDG&E territory, and as of April 11, 2014, at 5:00 p.m., the residential wait list will be closed to new applications. You may view the status of an existing wait list application or review the wait list process.

In addition to the California Solar Initiative rebate you may also be eligible for the 30% federal tax credit. Check with your tax professional.
How do I apply for these incentives?
Typically the solar contractor will apply for state incenitve on the behalf of the home or business owner. In the event that your solar contractor is unable to apply for you, visit our Commerical Application Page for more information on the application process.

You will not find a better price in San Diego County. Stop paying for electricity now!

Solar Power systems are eligible for rebate checks from the California Solar Initiative. Rebates from the CSI program cover about 15% of the cost of your system.

What are the current state and federal incentives for Residential?

The CSI residential incentive program has exhausted its funding for the CSE/SDG&E territory, and as of April 11, 2014, at 5:00 p.m., the residential wait list will be closed to new applications. You may view the status of an existing wait list application or review the wait list process.

In addition to the California Solar Initiative rebate you may also be eligible for the 30% federal tax credit. Check with your tax professional.
How do I apply for these incentives?
Typically the solar contractor will apply for state incenitve on the behalf of the home or business owner. In the event that your solar contractor is unable to apply for you, visit our Commerical Application Page for more information on the application process.

You will not find a better price in San Diego County. Stop paying for electricity now!

Clean solar energy is energy that’s produced from the sun unlike typical energy systems which use fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are non-renewable energy sources. In fact, converting just 50 kilowatts of power from gas to clean solar energy every month saves 209 pounds of carbon and 766 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions annually.
According to the EPA, you would need to plant 38 trees to remove the 766 pounds of carbon dioxide from the air. With clean solar energy you can be environmentally friendly.
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