The Community Environmental Council is making it easier and more affordable for residents and businesses to install solar power by utilizing the group purchasing model. As of early 2017, more than 524 local homeowners have taken advantage of this opportunity.
The Go Solar California campaign is a joint effort of the California Energy Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission. The goal is to encourage Californians to install solar energy systems on homes and businesses. The Go Solar California website provides California consumers a “one-stop shop” for information on solar programs, rebates, tax credits, and information on installing and interconnecting solar electric and solar thermal systems. The site has information on program rules, including eligible equipment and standards, as well as information on how to find an eligible, licensed solar contractor.
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