Tag: going solar

Solar Myths Debunked

We’re sure you’ve heard the rumors out there about going solar. But how much of these rumors are actually myths and how many of them are true? We’re here to clear up our top 7 solar myths to make your solar… Read more »

Most Frequently Asked Questions When Going Solar (Part 1 of 2)

Like any purchasing decision, going solar requires research. Here at California Solar Electric, we want to make this purchasing decision as stress-free as possible. Below is part one of a two part most frequently asked questions that should ease your… Read more »

Advantages and Disadvantages of Going Solar

Pro and Con lists are a popular tool in the decision making process. Here at California Solar Electric we thought we would try and make a list of our own to try and simplify the process of going solar, spelling… Read more »

Seasonality, Solar, and Savings

Will seasonality affect your solar savings? The answer depends on the time frame in question. Technically speaking, your solar system’s electrical output is affected by a variety of things, including temperature, irradiance, air quality, conductive resistance, and balance of system… Read more »

5 Easy Steps to Going Solar

So you’re thinking about taking that plunge and potentially going solar. Your hope is to reduce your energy bill and help the environment but you don’t really know the details of what it takes to get there. Not a problem!… Read more »

Solarize Ventura A Huge Success

The home run record of the Solarize programs organized and administered by the Community Environmental Coalition (CEC) of Santa Barbara continues unbroken with the recent success of Solarize Ventura. Check it out Mention this blog and you will be offered… Read more »

Battery Backup Incentive Finally In Full Swing

Having grid-tied solar is great, but having a reliable renewable source of electricity even when the power goes out is even better. Now, since the the California Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) has been brought back with Advanced Energy Storage (aka… Read more »