Save energy and fix your utility bills. Solar water heating has reach an all time high for rebates and tax credits
Did you know that:
Installing now while rebates and credits are high will save you up to 65% on your solar water heating system.
In the greater Sacramento area you can produce up to 80% of your annual needs with solar. The average installation is completed in 1 day and by the next day you have endless hot water while eliminating or decreasing your utility monthly payments.
Make the phone call to AZTEC SOLAR and we’ll set up an appointment to get you harvesting the sun and saving money.
Last Tuesday, Van Jones visited Sacramento in support of Johnson’s new green initiative. The initiative has five policy focus areas: energy, waste and recycling, water and nature, urban design and green building, and green and clean technology. Sacramento is a growing city and with that comes responsible growth, and equally as important the green initiative lays out extensive plans for job creation. The enthusiasm behind this initiative is reaching the diverse population in Sacramento. As the Executive Director Simeon Gant of Green Technical Education and Employment explains, a clean environment is an impotent asset to leave to future generations.
Come show your support for the mPOWER Placer Program on Tuesday, July 27, at 9:45 a.m. This is an opportunity for the Public to come out to voice their support for the strong momentum behind recently introduced federal legislation.
mPOWER Placer is a innovative program designed to provide financing for property owners to make energy efficiency retrofitting improvements to their property, such as energy efficient windows, high efficiency heating and air conditioning and solar systems. In addition to decreasing utility costs for property owners, the program was expected to provide a significant number of jobs for local contractors.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors will consider two resolutions regarding the mPOWER Placer Program. The Board meeting will be held at the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 175 Fulweiler Avenue in Auburn.
Reader Senator Boxer Bill to promote clean energy initiatives.
Next week the California Energy Commission will be voting to extend the cash for appliance program, including a cash rebate for Solar Water Heaters. Under this program you can receive up to $750 in cash for installing a Solar Water Heating System. In addition, PG&E and SMUD are promoting their Solar Water Heating rebate program up to $1500, along with the 30% Federal Tax Credit, locking in your utility rates well into the future. Calculating all these rebates and credits brings the average cost of a system down to under $4,000.
Aztec Solar has been in the business of solar for over 30 years and therefore can offer you premium technology at the best price. We offer free site visits and follow up with a no obligation estimate.
According to reports by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, California is the solar leader, with the most systems installed totaling over 35,000 in 2009. According to California Solar Initiative Data, homeowners are installing solar faster than the program funding can keep up. Today, Californian’s are proving that solar power can be cost effective, while also leading to energy independence and green power. You can join the future by contacting Aztec Solar for a free home visit and no obligation bid. For a free estimate
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he will host the Governors’ Global Climate Summit 3 at the world renowned Mondavi Center at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) on November 15 and 16. The third annual summit will bring together leaders from around the world to collaborate on efforts that will further the global fight against climate change, work towards collaborative actions to help reduce emissions and build green economies.
To read the complete press release: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/15572/
Aztec Solar president, Ed Murray, will be presenting on three Solar Thermal topics at Intersolar 2010, July 13-15. Intersolar is excited to have Ed on board to bring his 30 years of industry experience.
To book Ed for your next solar event go to http://www.aztecsolar.com/BookingEd.php
There is still time to make it to the Mascone Center in SF to catch the lastest in solar technology. For more information on Intersolar http://www.intersolar.us/index.php?id=517&L=1
California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) took a major step forward today to give consumers greater control over their electricity bills, create jobs and protect the environment. It voted to approve the environmental and consumer benefits that PG&E, Southern California Edison, and San Diego Gas and Electric must include in their smart grid plans.
For more information visit the Environmental Defense Fund Blog