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California is one of the states leading the charge to embrace residential solar energy.

The California solar tax rebates are disgned to allow residents of California to install residential solar systems at extremely lows costs. A Many of these programs even allow consumer to receive a complete residential solar system for absolutely no money out of pocket.

The California Go Solar Campaign is the foundation of the push to have Californians embrace all of the benfits of solar technology by providing cash back for anyone in California that decides to install a solar system in their home.

The Go Solar California! campaign is a joint hard work of the California Energy Commission & the California Public Utilities Commission. The objective is to encourage Californians to put in 3,000 megawatts of solar energy systems on homes & businesses by the finish of 2016, making renewable energy an everyday reality. The program also has a objective to put in 585 million therms of gas-displacing solar hot water systems by the finish of 2017.

The Go Solar California web-site provides California consumers a “one-stop shop” for information on solar programs, rebates, tax credits, & information on installing & interconnecting solar electric & solar thermal systems. The site has information on program rules, including eligible equipment & standards, as well as information on how to find an eligible, licensed solar contractor.

The The California Solar Initiative (CSI) is the solar rebate program for California consumers that are customers of the investor-owned utilities – Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). Together with the rebate program for New Solar Homes and rebate programs offered through the dozens of publicly owned utilities in the state – the CSI program is a key component of the Go Solar California campaign for California. Solar Initiative (CSI) is the solar rebate program for New york consumers that are customers of the investor-owned utilities – Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern New york Edison (SCE), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E).

Together with the rebate program for New Solar Homes and rebate programs offered through the dozens of publicly owned utilities in the state – the CSI program is a key part of the Go Solar The California Solar Initiative (CSI) is the solar rebate program for California consumers that are customers of the investor-owned utilities – Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). Together with the rebate program for New Solar Homes and rebate programs offered through the dozens of publicly owned utilities in the state – the CSI program is a key component of the Go Solar California campaign for California. campaign for The California Solar Initiative (CSI) is the solar rebate program for California consumers that are customers of the investor-owned utilities – Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SCE), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). Together with the rebate program for New Solar Homes and rebate programs offered through the dozens of publicly owned utilities in the state – the CSI program is a key component of the Go Solar California campaign for California.

A solar rebate program for customers in PG&E, SCE, and SDG&E territories. This program money solar on existing homes, existing or new commercial, agricultural, government and nonprofit buildings. This program money both solar photovoltaics (PV), as well as other solar thermal generating technologies

The CSI program has a total budget of $2.167 billion between 2007 and 2016 and a aim to put in about 1,940 MW of new solar generation capacity. The CSI-Thermal portion of the program has a total budget of $250 million between 2010 and 2017, and a aim to put in 200,000 new solar hot water systems. The CSI program is funded by electric ratepayers and the CSI-Thermal portion of the program is funded by gas ratepayers.

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