The “Go Solar California!” campaign is a joint effort of the California Energy Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission with the goal of encouraging Californians to install 3,000 megawatts of solar energy systems on their homes and businesses by 2016. To be added to the eligible equipment, PV modules must first have safety certification (ANSI/UL 1703) from a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory and second submit electrical characterization data tested by a third party laboratory. Submitted information is confirmed by the California Energy Commission prior to equipment being added to the list of eligible equipment. This provides the assurance that quality models are rewarded through the Focus on Energy Program.
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- Why Does Focus On Energy Refer Customers To The Go Solar California List For A List Of Qualified Modules And Inverters
- What Are Examples Of Industry Acceptable Tools In Regard To The Solar Electric Requirement
- I Have Liquid Propane (LP), Am I Eligible For Incentives Under The Renewable Rewards Program
- Are Systems Owned By A Third Party Under A Power Purchasing Agreement (PPA) Eligible
- What Is The Difference Between Prescriptive And Custom Incentives
- Why Do Custom Projects Require Preapproval
- Is There A Limit To How Many Solar Electric Or Ground Source Heat Pump Rebates I Can Receive
- How Do I Obtain A Permit
- How Do I Know How Much Funding Is Left For The Renewable Rewards Program
- Are There Federal Tax Credits Available for Solar PV Systems
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