In comparison to when the solar industry first started picking up speed to today, prices have greatly decrease to make it much more affordable for homeowners to start creating their own energy rather than paying SDGE every month.
Every time we do a free home estimate, this is what we check for.
- Check the amount of usable sunlight hours your home is creating via SunCalc
- Determine your average energy usage in kilowatt per hour based on your electricity bills
- See what California financing incentives your home is eligible for once making the switch the clean energy including Ygrene, CaliforniaFIRST and the HERO Program.
- Find out if there is available square footage on your roof to hold the panels.
“Connecting 100,000 private solar rooftops is a clean energy milestone worth celebrating and signifies this community’s commitment to increasing energy from sources that help reduce our environmental impact for the benefit of future generations,” said Caroline Winn, SDG&E’s chief energy delivery officer.
Solar panel installation in San Diego has the potential to greatly decrease the amount of carbon dioxide being emitted into the air. Alternative energy is the perfect way to save money while helping to San Diego’s Air clean.