Aztec Solar’s installation at the home of Clark and Jayne Mehan in El Dorado Hills, Calif., is a beautiful example of lowering your utility bills by investing in solar now. The Mehan’s have happily reduced their utility bills out of those costly higher tiers while enjoying lots of hot water and a longer swimming season. Contact Aztec Solar at (916) 853-2700 to learn more about the incentives available for your Total Solar Solution. Read more at Time to Think Solar in the Modesto Bee.
Have you ever wondered “does it pay?”- what is the payback time of going solar? Click here to access solar calculators and regional information about Solar for your home or business. Read more about the rate of return on your investment, and how it depends on three main factors: system size, utility rates and local climate. It is a fact that as California’s utility rates increase, our payback period decreases. Call Aztec Solar now for a free site evaluation and your total solar solution, lock in your utility rebates for your ultimate solar savings.
On Monday October 12 2009, Governor Schwarzenegger signed ab920 , the Solar Surplus Power Bill. NOW solar system owners will be paid for the excess electric generation they produce rather than losing it at the end of the year. Currently with available Federal Tax Credits, Utility Incentives and AB 920 investing in solar energy is even more economical. To learn more about financing your solar solution contact Aztec Solar for a free site visit and estimate.
Join AZTEC SOLAR in the annual nationwide American Solar Energy Society’s (ASES)Solar Home Tour sponsored by REC Solar. This year Aztec Solar will be showing two solar hot water systems in the Davis area. This is a great opportunity to view homes and ask experts your solar questions.
For more information or site locations call 916-853-2700. Date: Saturday, October 3, 2009, 10am-2pm Location: Local Neighborhoods in Davis Tour Fee: FREE and open to the public
There will be 2 locations to register and pick up your map for the self-guided tour:
- The Davis Food Coop, 620 G ST, Davis, CA 95616
- Hoag Pl, Davis, CA (Mace Ranch South to Cowell Blvd)
A great example of how you can use solar energy throughout your home was featured recently on Good Day Sacramento. Aztec Solar’s president Ed Murray gave a live tour of his all-solar home, where he’s generating electricity, providing domestic hot water and heating his pool with energy from the sun. Watch the streaming video click here to watch video
The U.S. Department of Energy says solar energy users can save from 50% to 80% of that portion of your utility bill that pays to heat hot water for your home. The average family spends from 10% – 20% of their gas or electric bill for baths and showers, dishwashing and laundry – making solar hot water an investment that pays dividends quickly. Learn more about how you can save by clicking here
Water heaters are only the beginning for residential solar thermal, says Ed Murray, CEO of Aztec Solar. It’s only a matter of time before devices and appliances used to capture the sun’s heat will begin to perform a wider variety of tasks. Speaking at the fifth annual Solar Day in San Francisco on June 16th, he talked about how how the solar energy landscape is changing, and how technology is evolving to allow homeowners to utilize solar in different ways. Read more by clicking here
Why install a solar energy system on your home? Solar panels or PV’s (photovoltaic cells) offer a clean, easy, and affordable way to power your home. They also lower your power bills while adding value to your home. All that and reducing your CO2 emissions by about 35%…that’s good stuff! Read more details by clicking here And, if you’re interested about how quickly an investment in solar pays off, click here
More than 30,000 PG&E customers have installed solar electricity systems – more than any other utility in the United States. Why? An outstanding combination of incentives and tax rebates, plus great California sunshine. For more information on how you can get involved, click here … and be sure to read their informative solar booklet.
The U. S. Department of Energy says "solar pool heating is the most cost-effective use of solar energy in many climates." Their website offers a detailed explanation about solar pool heating – Click here to read more.