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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Homeowners all over San Diego County are getting their hands on a Solar Alliance of America solar installation. This one comes to us from Spring Valley and comes with an awesome view of the valley with it! This impressive solar … Continue reading
This Solar Alliance of America residential solar installation is located in sunny northern San Diego. This solar system is 4.6 kW. It’s estimated to produce 6,628 kWh a year! Continue reading
One of the latest solar installations from Solar Alliance of America, this solar system clocks in at 2.8 kW. These San Diego homeowners received a $684 rebate from the California Solar Initiative as well as the federal solar tax credit. This southern San Diego solar system is expected to generate 4,699 kWh a year! That’s 4,699 kWh these homeowners will not have to use from SDG&E. Continue reading
Many San Diego and Orange County homeowners think getting a solar installation is too expensive for them. This is simply not the case. Artie Rose, CEO & President of Solar Alliance of America, and San Diego Living host Marc Bailey cover how going solar is as easy as 1, 2, 3 in this episode of San Diego Living. Continue reading