Solar power for all– San Diego County Solar
Not every home is well suited for solar power. Approximately half the population lives in rented property, some homes don’t have good sun exposure and nearly a third of homeowners don’t meet credit requirements to finance a solar power system.
Solutions are on the way. “Solar Gardens,” or SDG&E’s program, “Share the Sun,” will likely be available soon for people who would prefer solar energy, but for one reason or another it hasn’t made sense for them yet.
SDG&E’s Share the Sun program is currently under review by the CPUC and SB843 is making it’s way through the California legislature. When these programs become available, consumers will be able to subscribe to a solar energy system located within SDG&E territory. They’ll receive credit on their monthly utility bills for solar energy purchased through their subscription.
We’ll keep you posted as details become available.