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Posts Tagged ‘Residential Solar Power’

CA homeowner plagued by $2400 monthly bill finds relief with free solar

SunRun Uncovers California’s Highest Electric Bills – Over $2400 of Financial Pain An Oroville family growing food for veterans’ shelters will receive free solar power for 20 years from SunRun after presenting the largest electric bill in California. The family submitted a June electric bill for over $2400 to SunRun’s Battle of the Bill’s contest.…

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Orphaned Solar

What do you do with an Orphaned Solar System? The inspiration for this blog comes from the increasing number of phone calls HelioPower has received recently from orphaned solar consumers.  An orphaned solar power system is one abandoned by the original installation firm. A few years ago, an orphaned solar power system would have seemed…

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Solar Santa fills holiday stockings with solar savings

HelioPower today announced a holiday solar savings program for California homeowners.  The Solar Santa program offers $0 down and $500 cash back solar terms to credit qualified homeowners and immediate savings on their electricity expenses. “California homeowners can see immediate savings on their electric bills,” said Scott Gordon, Vice President of Residential Sales for HelioPower. …

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Solar Information Event Sept. 16 Features Murrieta Rebate Update

HelioPower, a leading solar power engineering and installation firm based in Murrieta, will host a free solar informational event featuring City of Murrieta Sr. Management Analyst, Brian Ambrose, Thursday, September 16, 2010.  Mr. Ambrose will give an update on city’s $1000 solar rebate program.  The event will also feature Scott Gordon, Vice President, Sales Residential…

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HOAs and Solar Power Systems in California

HOAs and Solar Panels – The Solar Rights Act of 1978 in Practice By Scott Gordon President HelioPower, Inc There are a lot of folks in California whose homes (and all improvements done to them) fall under the jurisdiction of a Home Owner’s Association (HOA). If you live in a HOA and solar is of…

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CANV and 100 Solar Roofs

By “Solar” Sarah Madsen HelioPower Solar Energy Consultant Want to go solar and don’t think you can quite afford it, still? Do you need a little more incentive than the Residential Solar in Suisun installed by HelioPower state and feds can give you (state rebate and federal tax credit)? How about looking into your local…

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1BOG, HelioPower offer Coachella Valley lowest price for solar

Offering area residents the lowest price per watt for solar energy in the Coachella Valley, 1BOG selected HelioPower to lead it’s solar group discount program in the desert.  The announcement was made yesterday by the desert’s leading newspaper, The Desert Sun, in its piece, “Solar energy marketer kicks off local campaign.” Homeowners looking to buy solar…

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The Ugly Side of Solar, Part 1

The Ugly Side of Solar, PT. 1 Have you ever driven by a solar installation that was so ugly you wondered what the owners of the house were thinking when they decided to install their system? Have you found stories on the internet about leaky roofs, fly-by-night solar companies or other tales of solar despair?…

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Solar Works, Scam Artists Don’t

From Renewableenergyworld.com this week, CALSEIA Executive Director, Sue Kateley, speaks out on finding a reputable solar panel system integration firm in her article, “Solar Works, Scam Artists Don’t.” Here’s an excerpt:   Solar works. Solar products are available for your home or business that will produce electricity, heat water for your household uses and even…

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