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New Program Solves the Stranded Solar Meter Problem for California Farms

SB 594, a law that went into effect in PG&E utility territory February 2014, now allows property owners to aggregate the electricity load of multiple utility meters scattered throughout a single parcel or multiple continuous parcels and credit the bills … Continue reading

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Top Three States for Commercial and Large Scale Solar: California, Colorado and Hawaii

If you’re a commercial business with a large plot of land or your location’s roof gets plenty of sun, should you install solar right now? Based on sunlight potential and state policies, there are several particularly favorable markets right now … Continue reading

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POLL: Voters Overwhelmingly Support Solar

Despite renewable energy being a wedge issue this past election season, voters support solar and would like to see government do more to support the growing industry, according to national polling conducted in September by Hart Research Associates and commissioned … Continue reading

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Can Solar Help Californians Bridge the Generation Gap?

With above-normal summer temperatures and Southern California’s San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station still offline for repair, California’s utilities and grid operators are closely monitoring peak electrical demand and supplies, and have asked customers to reduce electricity usage especially in the … Continue reading

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