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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.
Why is Uncle Sam going solar? It can save BIG money. U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced a $344 million loan guarantee for the SolarStrong Project, which is expected to be a record expansion of residential rooftop solar power in the United States …
Florida Power & Light is reopening the application period for its 2011 solar rebate program to distribute approximately $5 million in remaining funds. Applications can be submitted at FPL’s website starting at 8:30 on August 30, 2011…