IRS Catches Up, Solar Update, EV Update

Here is an update on our grid-tie solar installation. The IRS has finally caught up with us, by having enough taxes withheld last year to finish applying our tax credits for our solar photovoltaic system. So that’s nice! We did finish our mid-February to mid-March SoCalEd billing period with a ( more… )

Riverside County Approves Humungous Solar Plant

Riverside County in California stretches from Corona at it’s far western end all the way to the Arizona border in the Sonoran Desert, it’s a county that is largely desert, with the Inland Empire region near Corona and the City of Riverside the part most green and densely populated. As ( more… )

As Equinox Approaches We Produce Net Power

As we approach the Spring Equinox the days are nearly as long as the nights. This allows sunlight to strike our solar panels for more hours per day, and it also means the angle of our panels to the sun becomes more favorable. When you have a solar photovoltaic system ( more… )

Geeks Buy Electric Car

We just had an L2 EVSE electric car charging station installed, in order to charge our new Chevrolet Spark EV. [ngg_images gallery_ids=”1″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_imagebrowser”] It’s verra nice. The car has more get up and go than anything have ever driven before, I’m referring specifically to initial acceleration off the line, it’s ( more… )