Published on July 27th, 2011 | by Reggie Norris0
California Solar Website Launched to Help CA Homeowners Save Money and Go Solar
July 27th, 2011 by Reggie Norris
One of the nation’s largest solar lead generation companies, Clean Energy Experts, just announced that it has launched a new website, Solar-California.org to help CA homeowners save money by investing in solar. According to the company press release, the goal of the site is to “present facts about solar power, how to prepare for a solar installation, available financing and leasing programs, current solar tax rebates and incentives in California, and estimates on the costs of a system.”
The idea for a state specific solar site originated from the fact that the California solar market has become the hottest and most well-developed in the U.S. This is mostly due to large subsidization from the state in the form of rebates as well as an aggressive renewable energy portfolio. But, according to the President of Clean Energy Experts, Dr. Beau Peelle, the rapid rise of the California solar market had a downside, “…California has the largest number of solar installers in the U.S., many of whom are just trying to capitalize on the explosive growth in the California solar market. Unfortunately, many of these installers are either not experienced or not trustworthy.”
With Solar-California.org, California residents can find information on solar, California solar rebates, California specific news on solar power, and even request a quote from a California solar contract that has been pre-screened by Clean Energy Experts. According to Dr. Peelle, “At their request and at no cost, we will match consumers to tier-one solar installers in their area who can give them a competitive price for a solar system and can execute the installation in the safest and most professional manner possible.”
For more information, visit Solar-California.org.
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