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3 Data-Backed Reasons to Go Solar in 2020 (and One Emotional Bonus Reason)

The proof is in the numbers: the smart choice is to switch to home solar power in 2020.

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SoCal Edison Wants a 14.4% Price Increase. Solar Helps You Avoid This

Southern California Edison requested a significant rate increase for residential from the California Public Utilities Commission.

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What Are the Financial Benefits of Solar Energy?

There’s a lingering misconception about solar power. The truth is, solar power saves most homeowners a bundle of money, both in the short term and the long term.

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Sungevity vs. Other Solar Companies: What Makes Us Different?

Sungevity beats the rest in simplicity, flexibility, and personal service

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When is the Best Time to Install Solar Panels?

The answer might not be what you think…

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Update: PG&E Close to Finalizing $13.5 Billion Bankruptcy Terms

Sum to be paid half in cash, half in stock in newly reorganized private utility company.

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Battery Prices Down 76% Since 2012

Home solar with backup battery storage more affordable than ever

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Solar + Battery to Avoid Blackouts

How can homeowners get critical electrical power during a utility company's blackout?

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Solar Energy vs. Fossil Fuels: Some Quick Pros and Cons

Are you thinking about going solar? It might seem like a big decision that requires a lot of research. Don’t worry – you can start right here!

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Financing Solar Power For Your Home Is Easier Than You Think

Owning a home can be expensive–that’s why most of us pay attention when we hear about how much money solar can save us…

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What’s Next For PG&E Customers?

The announcement from PG&E that they plan to file for bankruptcy protection means that over 16 million California homeowners will suffer electric rate hikes.

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SCE’s New “Time of Use” Electric Billing

Can switching to solar power help prevent your bills from rising due to SoCal Edison switching everybody to Time of Use billing? Absolutely. Read about it here.

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