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It Is Time to Go Solar

By going solar, you'll be saving time, saving money, and most importantly - saving our planet.

Why Go Solar?

Better for the Environment

Solar energy is a renewable resource, meaning it is abundant and will not run out as long as the sun is shining. This is in contrast to finite fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas.

Reduced Dependence on Fossil Fuels

The use of solar energy helps reduce the world's dependence on finite and environmentally harmful fossil fuels. By diversifying the energy mix, societies can enhance energy security and contribute to a more sustainable future

Increased Home Value

One of the most significant advantages of solar panels is the potential for reduced energy costs. Solar power can help homeowners generate their electricity, leading to lower monthly utility bills. Prospective buyers often see this as a long-term cost-saving benefit, making the property more attractive.

Lower Air and Water Pollution

Solar energy systems generally have lower environmental impact in terms of air and water pollution compared to conventional power generation methods. The production and use of solar panels can generate some pollutants, but advancements in technology and manufacturing processes aim to reduce these impacts.

How Solar Works?

Solar power harnesses the energy from the sun to generate electricity. The process involves the use of photovoltaic (PV) cells, also known as solar cells, which convert sunlight directly into electricity

The efficiency of solar power generation depends on factors such as the angle and orientation of the solar panels, local climate conditions, and the quality of the solar cells. Advances in technology and decreasing costs have contributed to the increasing

Utility & Design

CalSolar’s team of experts evaluate your Utility bills, electricity usage, and location to create a design that best fits your needs and maximizes your savings! No need to worry about utility applications or permits CalSolar will take care of all of that for you


Installation & Permissions

CalSolar’s technicians will come to your home or business and install your solar system with safety and quality as our highest priorities! 


Turn on your solar system

Once construction is complete CalSolar will coordinate with the City/County and your Utility on your behalf to complete all the final inspections. Then it’s time to sit back, let the SUN shine, and watch those utility bills fade away with the sunset!  

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