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Solar Installation Southern California

SOLAR SOURCE is a solar installer in Long Beach, Southern California.SOLAR SOURCE has been installing solar panels since 2008. Bordering cities that we frequently install solar are Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Signal Hill, and Lakewood.

Here is how the solar installation process works in each of the bordering cities mentioned above.

Seal Beach solar

Los Alamitos solar

Signal Hill solar

Lakewood solar

As you can see, if you clicked on any of the above solar links, the solar process varies greatly by city. This is why it’s important to work with a solar installer that has installed solar in your city many times before. If a solar installer is not familiar with the process for each individual city it could result in a very delayed solar installation.

If you have been considering solar for a while, the time to install solar is now. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has been evaluating proposals in an anticipated change to the current Net Metering Program 2.0, to Net Metering 3.0. The decision is expected to be made by the end of 2021.

Details on Net Metering 2.0 can be found here.

What could a Net Metering 3.0 change mean for you? One thing’s for sure, a lower ROI on your solar investment. While’s it’s anyone’s guess what the new Net Metering 3.0, will actually look like, it’s safe to assume that it will take money out of the hands of solar customers.

Net Energy Metering (NEM) 3.0 could result in a steep reduction in the value of energy produced by residential and commercial solar PV systems in California.The CPUC has been arguing that customers without solar are bearing the brunt of the cost to maintain the powerlines as they are not receiving as much revenue from customers with rooftop solar. They also argue that people with rooftop solar are receiving more value for their energy generation than they contribute to the grid.

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