California Power - Renewable Energy
In March, three major California utilities proposed new charges and a reduction in a key benefit for solar customers. PG&E (PCG), Southern California Edison, and San Diego Gas & Electric asked the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to allow them to charge customers who have solar panels monthly fees: both a flat charge and a “grid access” charge per kilowatt. For the average 5 kilowatt system on a California home, the grid access charge could rise to more than $50 a month, and the flat monthly fees would range from $12.02 to $24.10 depending on the utility. That's $74.10 per month!!!
And that’s not all. The utilities want to reduce the fees from a system known as net metering that pays solar users for power they send back to the grid during the day. A reduction in that fee would also hurt the economics of solar, and make it harder to convince customers to switch from traditional utilities. The new net metering rules would be imposed on new customers, not existing ones.
We can get you grandfathered in for 20 years to avoid this proposed tariff.
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How Solar Works
1. Solar Panels
When sunlight hits your panels, they produce DC current through the photovoltaic effect
An inverter (either one central unit or individual microinverters) switches it to AC current.
3. In-Home Usage
Your home uses every bit of juice that if possibly can. You won't notice a difference, but everything is running on sunshine.
4. Net Meter (export)
All the excess power flows out through your meter. It used to run only one way (up) but now it tracks everything you produce too.
5. Utility Savings
When the sun is down, you can use that excess you already banked. This means money back in your pocket for years to come.
6. Clean Energy Living
Solar panels last for decades, and don't require maintenance. You'll save money and save the planet all in one.