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Residential Solar Energy is Hot Topic for California’s Energy Commission

Most homeowners today have considered adding solar to their home. The federal government and some states offer incentives to encourage property owners, both residential and commercial, to consider this upgrade to their property.

The solar industry has gained popularity from increased confidence in the systems, and the sellers.  Market data analysis proves adding solar panels to residential properties is such a good decision that the state of California has become the first state to approve a policy to require that every new home built in California include solar panels.

Read this article from that details the California Energy Commission’s unanimous vote to require this energy efficiency standard on all new residences:

Here are additional resource articles that will help homeowners as they consider the advantages of, and programs for, adding solar to their residence:

The Solar Energy Industries Association has a map that provides state by state details of solar capacity: MW installed, number of installed projects, and solar jobs created.

Here is a link to the Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit that provides details on the Federal incentive program

The link below from is to a chart that ranks the states from best to worst based not their “solar-friendliness”.

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