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Solar Power on Every New CA Home!

California became the first state in the U.S.A. to require solar energy systems be installed on all new home construction.

The state Building Standards Commission and the California Energy Commission voted to add the solar requirement to the state building code.

The new code requires a solar power system be installed on every new home that’s built and sold in California beginning in 2020.

Read the Sacramento Bee news article on these new solar energy regulations in California.

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How the New NEM 3.0 Affects Solar In California

NEM 3.0 & California SolarCalifornia recently introduced major changes to its net metering program for solar energy. Under the new NEM 3.0, homeowners will receive significantly lower export rates for the energy they sell to the grid. Here's how the new NEM 3.0...
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Federal Tax Credit Changes For Solar Panel Systems & Solar Batteries

2023 Federal Tax Credit Changes For Solar Energy Systems On August 16th, 2022, U.S. Congress passed the “The Inflation Reduction Act”, increasing federal income tax credits for investing in solar energy systems. This act was signed into law by President Biden. The new...
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Solar Charger for Electric Car (EV Solar Charging)

If you drive an electric car, you are probably well aware of its benefits. Electric cars protect you from rising gasoline prices and are better for the environment. But you're still relying on the energy grid for electricity to charge your vehicle, which can be...
President at Jamar Power Systems
Phil Edwards is President of Jamar Power Systems. With over 30 years of electrical contracting experience, his companies have wired over 30,000 housing units, including 1000's of residential solar installations. His company is a member of WECA and BIA.
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