San Diego


Sunvago found that solar homes carried a $37,250 premium to non-solar homes or 6.7% of the the home value. This gives us confidence that the market is valuing solar systems at or above their net cost.


After two years of operation, any concerns that the public held appear to be a thing of the past. County Supervisors Dianne Jacob (at podium) and Dave Roberts (grey suit) recently held a press conference to describe how PACE programs heat up San Diego’s economy.


Roy Hales of the ECOReport looks at the renewable meter adaptor being used by SDG&E. While the adaptor isn't applicable in every situation, it can save customers from a costly service panel upgrade.


Roy Hales of the ECOreport looks into how the San Diego Solar Community responds to SDG&E’s appeal of California's decision to not change the net metering rate


The Chair of San Diego County's Board of Supervisors told the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that she supports net metering, and provided concrete examples of its benefits.


Those who wait to go solar may pay much more in areas such as Southern California, where limited promotions and demand may change system prices dramatically.


The Department of the Navy partners with Lincoln Military Housing to install approximately 20 MW of solar on almost 6000 Navy and Marine Corps residences in San Diego.


Baker Electric Solar ranks number 2 on the San Diego Business Journal’s sustainability special edition alternative energy suppliers list. This comes after 144% growth in 2013.


Sullivan Solar Power is helping the San Diego area become a solar hub. The southern California region certainly gets plenty of sun, and solar there can be cheaper than grid electricity.


Stellar Solar wins the prestigious UT San Diego Readers Poll. This is the third time the company has won the award, with previous wins in 2011 and 2013 -- attesting to its excellent service record.