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Are Rising Electricity Prices a Problem for your Home or Business?

With ever rising electricity tariffs and further ancillary charges such as carbon pricing, network charges, peak demand and renewable energy contributions etc. which are calculated based on total energy usage, a commercial grade solar energy plant is a primary method of lowering your business electricity usage and dependency on the power grid.

If you own property in California and are interested in going solar solar you’re in luck. 

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Solar Panels Save Energy

Energy independence – like growing vegetables in your own back yard. 
Solar is about more than just saving money – to some degree it’s also about self-reliance. With the advent of affordable solar power, Australian homes are no longer completely beholden to their electricity retailer for their energy needs. A good analogy home-grown vegetables: having a garden in your back yard can not only help you save on your grocery bills, it also feels good. 
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California Solar Panel Incentives

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You can earn credits on your electricity bill for your system’s surplus energy. This is usually referred to as a solar feed-in tariff. 

The value of your solar energy is based on a combination of how much you self-consume and how much you export. If you have a 3 kW solar system that produces 11.6 kWh/day (as in the table above), but you only manage to self-consume 50% of that, then your savings will be smaller than if you managed to self-consume 80% or even, ideally, 100%. ​It’s therefore fairly important that the system you choose is appropriately sized for your home and electricity consumption.

Solar power is a great investment for virtually any home that has a reasonably-sized, unshaded roof and some electricity consumption during the daylight hours (see the sections below). This is because your home-generated solar energy can save you money in two ways:

  • Solar helps you reduce the amount of energy you need to purchase from your electricity retailer.
  • You can earn credits on your electricity bill for your system’s surplus energy.

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Solar helps you reduce the amount of energy you need to purchase from your electricity retailer.


This is commonly referred to as ‘solar self-consumption‘, and it is the key to making the most of your solar system – you should do everything you can to maximize your self consumption. In practice, self-consumption entails running your appliances (pool pump, washing machine, dish washer, etc) when the sun is shining.

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Solar Panel Installation Cost

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Home and business owners in California have a bevy of incentives to choose from to install solar power. California’s robust renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which requires all utilities in the state to source 33 percent of their electric generation from renewable resources by 2020, is a leading driver for the incentives offered throughout the state. Incentives in California are offered by utilities, the state, counties and even some municipalities. A very popular option in California are residential power-purchase agreements or leases, which allow third-parties to own the system and give the home or building owner a fixed price for the system or the electricity it produces over the lifetime of the contract, which can range from 10 to 25 years. Basically, there’s something out there for almost everybody in the Golden State. 

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You can earn credits on your electricity bill for your system’s surplus energy. This is usually referred to as a solar feed-in tariff. 

Any solar energy produced that is not immediately put to use in devices in your home will automatically be sent back to the grid, earning you a feed-in credit. A few years ago, feed-in tariffs were state-sponsored and quite generous (and many solar homes still receive them), but these days the rates offered are significantly lower – and so therefore is their impact on your energy bill savings.