Do owned or financed solar panels add value to your property? Energy.gov offers a useful infographic when determining how much your property’s value will go up – check it out here. According to National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s research, each additional $1 in energy bill savings (from your solar installation) adds $20 to your home’s total […]
Do you need a permit to install solar panels? Are you planning to install a solar photovoltaic (PV) system on your property? The installation of solar PV is regulated by the Zoning Ordinance and requires approval of a building permit. At Zero Down Solar, we submit that permit package for you after we’ve completed our […]
How does a solar lease work? In our opinion solar leases should be avoided for a number of reasons: Solar leases vs tie customers to always having to pay for electricity, and although the rate may initially seem attractive, it can end up being more than paying SDGE. You need to be educated about how […]
The benefits of the Million Solar Roofs Initiative exceeded expectations. The initiative’s goal was to build 3 gigawatts (GW) of rooftop solar throughout the state. The program met its goal in 2015, ahead of schedule, plus the solar market has continued to grow. California consumers have installed nearly 9 gigawatts of local solar energy thanks […]
Approved first by California Energy Commission’s (CEC) Green Building Standards Code with final approval from the CEC, the new, Title 24 rules require single-family homes and multi-family buildings as high as three stories be solar-ready or come equipped with solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. New rooftop solar PV systems are expected to reduce home energy usage […]
This was my first solar experience and it went really well! I was introduced to this company by my solar consultant, Numa Consulting Group. I have a house and a guest house, so I was recommended to install a large 31 panel system. It’s been a couple weeks and the results already seem great! Iiro, […]
Another San Diego Solar installation in Pacific Beach. 31X 315W QCell panels (9.765kW). SolarEdge 7600 HD Inverter.
Another San Diego Solar installation in Tierrasanta, San Diego. 15X 315W QCell panels (4.725kW). SolarEdge 3800 HD Inverter.
126 X 355 watt solar panels, 1 X SolarEdge 3.3 inverteer and 63 Dual P730 optimizers on metal roof for