The San Diego Gas & Electric territory made history Wednesday morning by becoming the first in the state to reach the solar power net metering 1.0 cap, establishing the region as a statewide leader in solar power and triggering changes to how solar users will be handled in the future.
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The San Diego chapter of the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA) was awarded by the Sierra Club this week for its role as a guardian of the environment.
Sullivan Solar Power President and Founder Daniel Sullivan was featured in a recent front page San Diego Union-Tribune article about the San Diego Region nearing the solar power net metering cap.
While much of the discussion around NEM 2.0 has focused on the changing benefits associated with going solar and the introduction of new rates, one change to the regulations has received little attention despite the positive impact it will have on the California solar industry.
Sullivan Solar Power President and Founder Daniel Sullivan shared tips on how to grow a business at San Diego Startup Week.
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Here are the facts you should know about the changes coming for net metering in California.
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