Net Metering 3.0 Has Passed
Unfortunately, NEM 3 was passed by the CPUC on December 15th, 2022. If you have been considering going solar time is running out to avoid a 20-year procrastination tax.You need to sign a contract with a reputable solar contractor who has the staff to process your NEM 2 paperwork prior to April 14th. Once that is completed you have three years to install your project to be grandfathered under NEM 2 for 20 years.
2022 PALOMAR SOLAR GIVEAWAY
AIRSHOW DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022
Congratulations to our winners!
Navy – Retired
3.840 kW DC System
USMC/Captain – Veteran
6.480 kW DC System
US Navy ADCS (E8) – Retired
3.840 kW DC System
San Diego’s first Platinum Installer!
We’re excited to announce that Palomar Solar and Roofing has been designated by Enphase as the first Platinum installer in San Diego County. It’s an honor to have this designation and look forward to continuing our relationship with Enphase.
However, a designation alone is not enough. Going solar is a 25 year relationship and there are many aspects to consider before making your decision. Read Adam Rizzo’s latest blog of characteristics to look for in a contractor to help ensure you have the best long term experience.
Southern California Solar – The Palomar Difference
Every system installed by Palomar Solar is based on our continued commitment to excellence and staying ahead of advancements in a rapidly changing industry.
What sets Palomar Solar apart? We include per panel monitoring, for all our clients at no extra charge. True per panel monitoring is the only way to hold all parties accountable for your systems full production potential. At Palomar Solar, we are committed to providing you with the highest level of customer service and satisfaction possible.
Working With Us
At Palomar, no part of your project is sub-contracted. The dedicated staff at Palomar Solar will handle every aspect of your project from start to finish. Our team will draw plans, obtain city or county permits, install and have your system interconnected with your utility provider.
Getting the Process Started
Turko stamps Palomar Solar the real deal
Michael Turko from KUSI News has exposed lots of solar power scams and quick buck solar companies that leave customers in a jam. So when Turko heard about a reputable solar company running a big solar giveaway deal, he decided to check it out.
See why he stamped Palomar Solar “The Real Deal!”
Just like most of our customers who are given the option, Dr. Szabo chose black on black LG solar panels. The biggest challenge for this project was getting approval through the HOA, The Irvine Company has very high standards.
All German Auto
Just like all of our customers they had done extensive research before choosing Palomar Solar. Our solution with black on black panels and Enphase microinverters made the difference.
Featured Project: Waxie
We share similar values (customer service, accountability, communication) with our client, Waxie. They hardly knew when our team was on site. It was not all roses and there were some issues along the way with equipment. But in the end we completed a month ahead of schedule and not one change order was written. The payback on this 1260 panel system was less than three years.
They were so happy they awarded us another contract of 900 solar panels to be installed on a distribution center in Ontario, CA. We can’t thank Waxie enough for the opportunity and continued invaluable business relationship!
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