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Open Neighborhoods has commissioned Survey Monkey, a web-based survey solution, to conduct this…Continue
Open Neighborhoods announces a regional solar initiative and comparison shopping service for residential, commercial, tax exempt property owners and multi-family communities in greater Los Angeles seeking to reduce utility bills with solar energy.
GoSolar.LA launches this week with a new website at www.GoSolar.LA providing free services including information about solar rebates and incentives…
On July 1, 2013, just 15 months from now, all roof coverings in Beverly Hills must meet Class A fire retardant standards.
Owners of homes and buildings covered with wood roofs are urged to begin the process of replacing their roofs in order to meet the deadline.
With SoCal Edison facing summer power shortages due to San Onofre nuclear power plant problems, property owners may also consider installing roofotp solar panels to boost local power supplies. Learn about tax…Continue
Saving the City of Beverly Hills over $250,000 a Year!
These aren't my numbers, these are LA County and SoCal Edison's estimates.
The solar maps we have researched indicate that there is a solar potential of over 700kW on the Library, the Police Station and adjacent buildings and parking structures, which would pencil…Continue