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The SOLAR ENERGY TRIPLE WHAMMY!

Solar Tax Credit to drop from 26% to 22%

and

the proposed NEM3 solar rate plan will transfer up to 75% of the homeowner's savings back to the utility provider.

PLUS

PG&E has raised rates 17% since 2021. Over 9% this year alone.

Don't wait to go solar in 2022. This is your last BEST OPPORTUNITY.

The federal solar tax credit is set to drop again to 22% on Jan 1, 2023. Residential solar energy systems must be operational by December 31, 2022 to qualify for the 26% tax credit (please consult your tax professional).

Additionally, the NEM2 solar rate plan is going away! We expect the new rate plan, NEM3, will be implemented by the end of the year, if not sooner. NEM3 is a terrible plan for solar customers, that basically transfers about 75% of their solar savings back to the utility in the form of fees, taxes, and high buy-back rates. BOOKING INSTALL APPOINTMENTS NOW FOR NEM2 RATE LOCK SAVINGS. Get a quote today.  

When choosing a solar installer, it's about the total VALUE you are receiving and you total savings. Our quotes are accurate, all inclusive, and transparent. We get the job done right the first time.

• Solar is more affordable than ever.  Get a free estimate today.

• 26% Federal Tax Credit extended thru 12-31-2022.   Get a free estimate today.

• $0 down solar install financing options.

• All systems include system production app.

Click here to view recent solar install jobs in your area.

 

• 4+ star-rated solar energy company on the central coast (Google, Yelp, Home Advisor, Angie's List, Energy Sage, BBB, Guild Quality).

• 47 years of residential solar installer experience, with over 5,400 local installs on all roof types, including asphalt, comp, shingle, tile and cement, metal, and slate...means tried and true installs, saving you money.

• Member/Owner of Amicus, the Nation's largest solar co-op, with access to the best pricing on equipment, saving you more.

• All residential solar production calculations are validated through the California Solar Initiative and verified via Aurora, for your consumer protection and accuracy.

• Solar energy monitoring on all systems ensures the highest performance and savings.

• USA-made solar panels and products available.

 Get an estimate today. It's fast and easy. You'll be assigned an energy analyst that will ask a few questions, research your past energy use, and size a system for GREATEST SAVINGS and LOWEST COST.

Tesla EV Charger

Up to $2,400 Rebate on the install of a Level 2 EV charger for 3C Energy customers.

Central Coast Community Energy (3C Energy), include the cities of Arroyo Grande, Buellton, Grover Beach, Guadalupe, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, and Solvang

The home of the (near) future will have solar energy, an EV charger, battery backup, and an active energy management system. That's where Solarponics comes in. Installing solar + battery + EV charger at the same time saves money and maximizes your total investment. Level 2 Chargers from $1,600 installed.

Why Should You Consider a Level 2 EV Charger Upgrade?

The plug that comes with most e-vehicles is typically a Level 1 EV charge connector. It plugs into a standard wall outlet for simple and convenient use. Level 1 chargers are slow, typically delivering only 2-3 mph of charge. A Level 2 EV charging system can charge up to 24 mph. Save time. Charge faster with a Level 2 EV Charger.

EV Chargers

Solarponics installs Level 2 EVSE, high power, high quality charging stations ranging from 12 amps to 80 amps. Level 2 chargers can charge up to 7X faster than a Level 1 cordset that comes with most electric vehicles.

Level 2 chargers are outdoor-rated, and come with up to 25 feet charging cable. Rebates may be available for EV charging + Solar energy systems. Compatible with all EV vehicles.

Solarponics can size and install an EV charging system for most vehicles for residential and commercial applications.

How much electricity does my EV use? Learn how to calculate your EV costs here.

GET A QUOTE.

For more information about claiming the credit, see IRS Form 8911.