Solar Santa program fills holiday stockings with $0 down, $500 cash back solar for California homeowners   MURRIETA, CA  –  NOVEMBER 29, 2010  –  HelioPower,  an integrated energy solutions company with over 1600 solar and clean energy systems engineered and installed since 2001, today announced a holiday solar savings program for California homeowners.  The Solar…

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Local Homeowners Benefit From Discounted Install Costs And Impartial Advice Buying Solar Panels November 8, 2010 – San Francisco, Calif., – One Block Off the Grid (1BOG), the largest national solar group discount company, today announced a new Coachella Valley program to offer homeowners relief from high electricity bills. By organizing homeowners interested in home solar, One Block…

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One Block Off the Grid, the San Francisco-based company that creates buyers’ groups to help bring down the cost of solar panels, is kicking off its second Coachella Valley campaign Monday, offering residents the chance to go solar for $5.29 a watt. That’s 20 cents less than the basic price the company offered in the…

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(Updated with new photo) The 30-year-old Ronald McDonald House in San Diego, a 47-bedroom facility that serves as a shelter for families with seriously ill children in local hospitals, is the first of the non-profit’s facilities to invest in solar technology. The installation was undertaken to reduce electricity costs so that more of the charity’s…

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A Ronald McDonald House in San Diego, which supports families with seriously ill children at local hospitals, has plugged into the sun with a new solar photovoltaic array. July 1, 2010Ronald McDonald House Installs Solar Attachments Sunpluggers July 1, 2010

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Ronald McDonald House Charities, which supports families with seriously ill children at local hospitals, has installed a 116-kW roof-mounted photovoltaic solar electric system at its facility in San Diego to create a sustainable environment and to offset power costs. This is the first Ronald McDonald House in California to use solar power. July 1, 2010…

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The new Ronald McDonald House in San Diego is going green with a large solar panel array and the pursuit of a LEED certification. July 1, 2010 Ronald McDonald House goes green Attachments mothernaturenetwork7.1.10.pdf

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