Will Solar Eventually be as Affordable as a Traditional Electric Bill?

Over the past 15 years, the cost of putting solar panels on a typical American house has fallen by nearly 70%. Solar electricity is on track to be as cheap or cheaper than average electricity-bill prices in all but three states by 2016—assuming, that is, that the federal government maintains the 30 % solar investment tax credit it currently offers homeowners on …

Climate Change a Terrible Argument for Going Solar?

“As an investor, I’m not invested in solar energy because of its environmental benefits; I’m invested in solar energy because it’s an abundant resource that is cost competitive today and is reducing costs more quickly than any other major energy source. Those factors should drive the discussion, not climate change.” – Motley Fool, Why Climate Change Is a Terrible Argument …

Spring is Here!

Today is the first day of spring and that means summer and PG&E’s summer rates are right around the corner. Did you know that there are different usage rate plans offered to customers through PG & E? Energy consumers have the option to choose between a Standard Tiered Base Plan and a Time of Use Plan. Time of Use Plan’s pricing varies …

Wildfire Rebate: Homeowners may qualify for up to 100% rebate of Powerwall costs

June 2, 2020 – Homeowners on a water well may be qualified to receive a Tesla Home Battery with up to 100% of the costs covered, due to a push for rural homeowners to prepare for wildfire season. * Program funds are limited. Homeowners are encouraged to act fast and reserve their rebate quickly. If you are a homeowner that …

Wildfire Rebate: Homeowners may qualify for up to 100% rebate of Powerwall costs

June 2, 2020 – Homeowners on a water well may be qualified to receive a Tesla Home Battery with up to 100% of the costs covered, due to a push for rural homeowners to prepare for wildfire season. * Program funds are limited. Homeowners are encouraged to act fast and reserve their rebate quickly. If you are a homeowner that …