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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.

 

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Each year, each season, utility rates increase. Stop the cycle NOW!
Install a solar power system and free yourself from burdensome electricity bills. Turn your electricity into an asset, rather than a liability.

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Capture State Rebates Now Before they Are Gone

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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. To learn more about rebates, click here.
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Increase Your Property Value Today!

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All those homeowners who have been installing residential solar panels over the last decade may find it was a more practical decision than they thought. The electricity generated may have cost more than that coming from the local power company (half of which, nationwide, comes from burning coal), but if they choose to sell their homes, the price premium they will get for the solar system should let them recoup much of their original capital investment.

That is the conclusion of three researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who looked at home sales — both homes with photovoltaic systems and homes without — in California over an eight-and-a-half-year period ending in mid-2009. The abstract of their study states, “the analysis finds strong evidence that California homes with PV systems have sold for a premium over comparable homes without PV systems.”
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The premium ranged from $3.90 to $6.40 per watt of capacity, but tended most often to be about $5.50 per watt. This, the study said, “corresponds to a home sales price premium of approximately $17,000 for a relatively new 3,100-watt PV system (the average size of PV systems in the study).”

 

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Help Preserve the Environment!

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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.

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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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