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Buyer Beware – Largest Companies like SolarCity and Sunpower Have the Highest Costs
A recent analysis of nearly 17,000 projects reported to the California Solar Initiative has revealed a 40% average difference in the prices that solar contractors charge customers. It is a buyer
beware market, with some …
The San Diego utility announced that customers will see a noticeable increase in their home energy bill beginning in September, 2013. The average customer will have a rate increase, up to 39%. Solar power costs less than utility power
Recent inventory of Sharp solar panels appear to have been reduced at major wholesale suppliers. The Sharp ND-240QCJ module is still available, although prices have been edging upward, possibly due to the limited supply.
Residential or commercial Florida Power & Light (FPL) customers considering a solar power system can apply for 2013 rebates beginning on October 16, 2012 at 8:30 am. Home owners can qualify for a rebate of $2 per watt of the DC output of a PV system, up to $20,000.