Greentechmedia.com reports that while solar incentives are essentially gone in California, it will not have any impact on solar growth. This is a testament to how popular solar has become in California. The California Solar Initiative provides rebates for homes and businesses. However, it will no longer issue rebates within PG&E’s territory. The program is beginning to end and this means it has accomplished its goal which was to install one million rooftops with solar panels.
The truth is not all incentives are gone from the PG&E territory. There are still commercial and low rate residential incentives available. Your Verengo Solar dealer is the best place to learn what incentives remain when going solar, including zero down solar panels. Furthermore, The Solar Foundation says that California’s solar industry has produced 43,700 jobs, meaning the solar industry is alive and well in California. Continue reading