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California makes history: All new homes to have solar panels starting in 2020

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How’s this for a solar shot in the arm: California has approved a new policy that will require virtually all new homes in the state to incorporate solar panels starting in 2020. The California Energy Commission voted today to adopt the policy as part of the state’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards after working with SEIA, its member solar companies, and other stakeholders for more than two years to develop the technical requirements.

Here’s a statement from Abigail Ross Hopper, SEIA’s president and CEO:


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  1. Honorable says:

    Saving $$$$. Just some bureaucratic BS to try to con us. Every time they tell us it will save us money—-it costs more. Conserve water—-so water bills go up because companies aren’t making enough money. Conserve electricity—- bills go up because they aren’t making enough money. Pleeeze. Spare us

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