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First California utility hits net metering cap: Impact on New Solar Customers?

PG&E in Northern California is in line to be the next to hit the 5% cap…. It was only a matter of time before SDG&E hit the cap after sounding the alarm a year ago that net metering applications were piling up fast. How will PG&E customers be impacted? PG&E rate payers …

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Solar Tax Credit: How it Works and How to Benefit

Not everyone can benefit from the Investment Tax Credit (ITC)-Check with your tax professional to better understand the impact to your specific situation Congress has voted to extend the solar tax credit for homeowners through 2021. Homeowners, solar companies, and industry advocates alike were given a big Christmas gift in 2015 …

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Take the Quiz: Do you know which foods are healthier?

MARK SAYS: Cereal bars on close inspection are often just biscuits masquerading as health foods. They can be laden with sugar … blood pressure and improve cognitive function. MARK SAYS: Hazelnut spread contains sugar along with unhealthy fats, and… http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2016/02/22/8146946258280954340/1024x576_8146946258280954340.mp4 Do YOU know which foods are healthier? Take our quiz …

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GMO Labeling Law: What Just Happened?

In the midst of the world meltdown, a GMO labeling law just passed the house and senate. It is now expected to be signed by Pres.Obama. hmmm…it assumes that anyone who wants to know whether their food is genetically modified can just pull out a smartphone and scan the QR …

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GMO Foods: Hazardous or Harmless? You Decide!

The only thing that can stop this nonsense is education and action. When you have a choice, buy local foods and only purchase foods that you know are non-GMO/labeled. It’s great to be an American and on the leading edge of so many things in our world today. However, there may …

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Sunrun Solar Overview: Creating a Planet Run by the Sun

Very few solar companies have such a rich history and journey like Sunrun Solar… Sunrun is now the third-largest leasing company for solar panel installations in the U.S., with more than $2 billion worth of installations, 100,000 customers and 10 percent market share. The company operates in Hawaii, California, Arizona, …

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Colloidal Silver – Ancient Medicine, Modern Revival…

Silver was the standard treatment for infections until the invention of modern antibiotics. Colloidal silver appears to be a powerful, natural antibiotic and preventative against infections. Acting as a catalyst, it reportedly disables the enzyme that one-celled bacteria, viruses and fungi need for their oxygen metabolism. They suffocate without corresponding …

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Solar Battery Storage: Sonnen cuts battery system cost by 40%-A new era in home solar

These Batteries are ushering in a new era for home energy storage-as these batteries become cost-effective to homeowners, they will start integrating them into their home solar systems, and become less dependent on the current monopoly-based dirty energy. German battery maker Sonnen has introduced a compact battery designed for residential use …

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The Natural Process of Healing: Alternative Medicine

“Take this five times a day for six weeks. While taking it you’ll start feeling better.” Sounds like you are in your doctor’s office, receiving a bottle of pills from a man in a white coat. Well, instead you are under canvas deep in the mountains where a shaman is …

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Vitamin C: The Real Facts

Like so many proven health solutions of the past, based on common sense and real science, not corporate profits! Maybe Linus Pauling was on to something after all. Decades ago the Nobel Prize–winning chemist was relegated to the fringes of medicine after championing the idea that vitamin C could combat a host …

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California Utilities: How your Electricity Rates are Changing

We are in the midst of the greatest utility rate structure change over the last 15 years! If you get electricity from Southern California Edison, you’ll probably pay more starting Wednesday — and bigger rate changes are on the horizon for all California utilities. Wednesday’s rate hike stems from a controversial decision by …

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Tesla’s Plan to Buy SolarCity Leaves many Questions

More change to come for SolarCity & Tesla-this company’s individual parts are doing some amazing things on their own, but just imagine how such a big company would handle integration into one company After Tesla’s announcement on Tuesday of a $2.8 billion offer to acquire SolarCity, Tesla’s stock was down …

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California’s Last Nuclear Power Plant: PG&E to Close Diablo Canyon,

One of California’s largest energy utilities took a bold step in the 21st century electricity revolution with an agreement to close its last operating nuclear plant and develop more solar, wind and other clean power technologies. The decision announced Tuesday by Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to close its beleaguered Diablo Canyon nuclear plant within the …

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California Solar Subsidies: Understanding Solar Incentives

Incentives continue to evolve and change with the industry California is ground zero for solar energy in the United States. So, it seems logical to start our state-level solar energy deep dives here. In the article below, I’ll provide as thorough a look at California solar incentives + solar installers …

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