California Solar Energy Mandate
Count Down to California 2020 Energy Mandate
ZNE “Zero Net Energy”
By 1/1/2020, new single-family and low-rise multifamily homes in California must comply with “Zero Net Energy Homes” (ZNE) requirements. These standard require that such buildings produce as much energy (generally through onsite renewable energy) as they consume. Millennial Homes already comply with these stringent requirements.
GoSolarSF, Go Solar Sf and GoSolarCA , Go Solar CA are california and San Francisco’s solar incentive programs to encourage renewable energy and solar installations in California. GOSolarSF, Go Solar SF also offers special credits for low income (under $97,800 annual income) homeowners.
CA residence, especially San Francisco homeowners could immensely benefit from GoSolarSF, Go Solar Sf and Go Solar CA solar incentive programs.
How Does Solar Work?
PG&E among other California utility companies will be switching to Time Of USe Billing for electricity instead of the tier programs, which they currently utilize for billing.
PG&E Time of Use Billing Schedule
Eliminate your Electric Bill
Using Federal Rebates & Local Incentives to Invest in Renewable Energy
City of San Francisco’s Solar Incentives & Rebates