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[Free Guide] 2 Sneaky Secrets Hiding In Your Low-Priced Solar Quote

[Free Guide] 2 Sneaky Secrets Hiding In Your Low-Priced Solar Quote

The residential solar market is more competitive than ever - especially with the ability to control utility bills and reduce your carbon footprint. Here's how to protect yourself from sneaky sales tactics.

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Hurry Before the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit Expires

Hurry Before the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit Expires

A number of government incentives exist and are designed to speed up this transition to a greener and more sustainable future. One of the most popular subsidies is the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

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How Bay Area Solar Rebates Help Make Sunshine Even More Profitable

How Bay Area Solar Rebates Help Make Sunshine Even More Profitable

Since 2010, the cost of installing solar has fallen by more than 70%. But how can Bay Area residents make going solar even more affordable?

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Are Solar Panels Worth the Investment in California?

Are Solar Panels Worth the Investment in California?

Going solar is a hefty investment for many California homeowners. You want the benefits of installing solar, but you feel that you're unable to afford it. In this post, we explore if going solar is worth the investment for you.

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Best Solar Panels for Home Use in the Bay Area

Best Solar Panels for Home Use in the Bay Area

If you’re like most Bay Area homeowners, you already know that going solar can save you money. But despite these potential savings, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with solar panel options.

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How Many Solar Panels Do I Need to Power My Home?

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need to Power My Home?

You already know that going solar can save you money on your monthly utility bills. But how many solar panels do you actually need for your home?

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Leasing vs Buying Solar Panels for Your Home

Leasing vs Buying Solar Panels for Your Home

One of the questions we receive most often is whether it’s better to buy solar panels or lease them instead. However, there is no clear-cut answer.

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Paul was the main sales contact for the SunRun solar power system. From the beginning, he was polite, helpful and diligent in answering my questions on the solar power concept.
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Cupertino