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First Steps to Go Solar with LADWP

By Hannah Glenn | 23 February 2018

LADWP wants to encourage Angelenos to choose clean energy. Solar energy contributes to a healthier city and supports the burgeoning local solar[..]

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What Is A Solar Panel Farm?

By Sam Baker | 23 February 2018

Each year, there are newer and more powerful solar technologies made available for individuals and consumers. These solar solutions are not just[..]

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How much Energy does a Solar Panel Produce?

By Sam Baker | 23 February 2018

One of the most important features of a solar panel is how much energy it can produce. Prospective solar panel owners usually have a goal for how much[..]

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Is Bitcoin Mining Sucking the Energy Market Dry?

By Hannah Glenn | 22 February 2018

Bitcoin has crossed a threshold. The value of a single bitcoin peaked at $20,000 in December 2017, putting dollar signs in tech-savvy eyes around the[..]

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Free Home Energy Improvements from Los Angeles DWP

By Siena Hacker | 19 February 2018

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will work with eligible customers to upgrade their home electricity and water efficiency for free. Does[..]

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How the 2018 Solar Tariffs Will Affect Prices

By Hannah Glenn | 15 February 2018

If you’re considering solar, you might be wondering how the recently mandated solar tariffs could affect the price of solar.

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SunPower Solar Panels vs. LG Solar Panels - 2018 Update

By Hannah Glenn | 13 February 2018

SunPower and LG are two of the top companies making solar panels. You’ve probably come across them in your research, and you’re wondering which will[..]

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Going Solar in San Diego Gas and Electric Territory

By Hannah Glenn | 12 February 2018

Did you know that 30 percent of San Diego’s power comes from renewable sources? Contributing to that growing number is easier than ever. Switching to[..]

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PG&E Home Solar and Electric Vehicle Rates Rundown

By Siena Hacker | 08 February 2018

After much deliberation, California's Pacific Gas & Electric has begun rolling out its updated residential and commercial rates.

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New York's Ambitious Renewable Energy Goals

By Sam Baker | 07 February 2018

As the federal government has shied away from confronting climate change, the responsibility is starting to fall on the individual states and their own[..]

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