Energy saving options for residents of San Diego
Potential homeowners looking for a city with energy incentives are in luck - the municipal authorities in Southern California are providing breaks for owners of homes for sale in San Diego. As the statewide solar energy program is slated to expire soon, local companies have decided to continue the initiative with domestic support.
For example, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that local solar energy firm Sullivan Solar Power is offering an exclusive program to residents in the greater San Diego area. The initiative offers low monthly payments for installation, culminating in a check for up to $2,500 toward sustainable technology.
"The San Diego Solar Program is a game changer for those residents who have wanted to go solar but thought it was too expensive. We developed this program to allow homeowners with good credit to go solar and get paid to do so without the need for home equity or spending a dime out of pocket," said Sullivan founder and president Daniel Sullivan, according to the news source. "This program will result in a major spike in solar adoption for the County of San Diego and fortify this region's position as the solar capital of the United States."
If you are searching for homes in San Diego, consider utilizing a program like the one offered by Sullivan Solar Power to transform your home into an energy-efficient machine.