MAKE THE GOLDEN STATE GREEN
Why go solar in California
California’s beautiful weather is perfect not only for fun in the sun, but also for solar. The Golden State takes first place in the U.S. for solar.* In fact, beginning in 2020, all new homes built are required to have solar. By going solar you can take your power back, be prepared for outages, and preserve the beautiful outdoors.
Solar Incentives in California**
California’s Property Assessed Clean program offers certain cities and counties the Home Energy Renovation Opportunity Financing program. Additionally, eligible homeowners in high fire-risk areas may be eligible for a $1,000 per kilowatt-hour of installed battery capacity incentive. And other homeowners that live in financially disadvantaged communities may be eligible for an $850 per kilowatt-hour incentive. These programs are available until funds are exhausted. They can be combined with county incentives as well.
PG&E, SCE, and SDG&E customers may qualify for the Disadvantaged Communities – Single-family Solar Homes program which provides rebates for eligible customers.
California homeowners are also eligible for the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).* The ITC allows you to deduct 26 percent of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes.
Solar panels perform in all kinds of weather
Going solar is a big decision, and although there are many factors you should consider, local weather shouldn’t be a deterrent. Solar panels are designed to work in almost any type of weather… even snow and clouds!
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**This information is current as of May 5, 2021 and customers are encouraged to check with their local utility providers for the most up to date and accurate information.
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