California Requires Solar on New Homes by 2020

By Fuzion Energy Team - August 8th, 2018 in solar

California Requires Solar on New Homes by 2020. Here’s Why This Matters.

California continued to lead the country in solar initiatives when on May 9th, 2018, the California Energy Commission(CEC) voted unanimously to require homes built after the year 2020 to have panels installed. The new standard adds to California’s already dedicated energy efficiency mindset. The goal is to design homes from start to finish using panels and no longer being dependant on traditional power.

What Does The New Move Mean For Homeowners?

California’s new solar requirement will dramatically decrease the cost to install solar panels, which follows the consistent trend of solar pricing dropping.  Furthermore, with solar panel installation prices dropping and the cost of traditional power energy increasing, making solar mandatory will also help save homeowners a ton of money through the years.

As the saying goes: “As California goes, so goes the country.” Other states are expected to follow along with California. If all goes as planned, implementing these significant energy initiatives and requirements will lower costs not only for new homeowners but for those installing panels on existing properties too.

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Low-Cost Solar Panels Installation Without Sacrificing Efficiency & Quality

Today’s solar panels cost significantly less than they did just a few years ago, making the decision for many Bakersfield Home & Business owners to ‘Go Solar’ a no-brainer. When choosing which panels to buy and which company to hire, the “most affordable solar” does not mean the “cheapest.”

The ultimate goal is to choose the right panels that match your individual needs. At Fuzion Enegery, we work with our clients to choose the best energy option for their family or business. Adding panels to your home or business is an investment for your future. Therefore, let us guide you through the process for a brighter tomorrow!

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