Hopefully we will answer your questions on this page. However, if you need to get more information, please contact us.

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Some standard questions asked by our customers.

After you install your solar panels they will start to consume the sun’s natural energy. From there they convert that energy to direct current (DC). That energy is then sent to an inverter( for conversion). That inverter once again converts the power over to an alternating current(AC). Most homes run on this alternating current so now you clean renewable energy right to the outlets of your house.

There are too many to count but the most notable is how good solar is to the environment. It is pollution free and emits no greenhouse gases. Another great benefit to solar is energy independence. Installing solar keeps you from the heavy annual increases in utility bill hikes from energy companies, and puts a cap on your energy bill to just 2.9% yearly. The last benefit to mention is return on investment (ROI). Homeowners should expect to see a 20% ROI before 8 years.

Even if you live in a wet, cloudy environment your solar panel will produce energy. There will be a slight decrease during these times, but the advantages still outweigh the disadvantages.

The California Renewable Energy Act (CREA) or the 2045 100% Clean Energy Goal, has been mandated due to the fact that so much of our current energy has been being purchased from out of state. How does this affect the energy consumer? The cost of this is passed on to you! Up to 40% of our current energy bills (non-solar) is for delivery charges of that power. Say, for example, they are purchasing from Colorado. The energy then must go through other transformers & stations to get to you. Or if the power is coal produced, they must pay for the shoveling and burning of that coal to sustain the production plant. With this newest mandate, 50% of all California energy must be produced by renewable energy by 2026. Currently, non-solar energy consumers are paying within a Tier System. For example, the more energy you use, the more expensive it gets; and the hours in which you use your energy also affects the rates you are billed. With Sol Power’s PPA Program, most homeowners will instantly be paying below their lowest Tier!

How To Get Started

Start With The Survey

Quite literally, beginning your Sol Power journey is as easy as picking up your phone and giving us a call. The first step will be for us to schedule a SURVEY. After we’ve reviewed your utility bill for the previous twelve months of usage, we are able to sit down and establish exactly how much solar power your household is going to use each year. This enables us to determine how many solar panels will be needed to meet your unique usage needs. We also check out your home’s roof and Meter/Breaker Box, and from there, begin your design!


Next, we design your panel placements; we partner together to figure out where the panels are placed for optimal solar energy production and an appealing aesthetic. Obviously, the most important factor is that the panels are receiving as much energy from the sun as possible. However, we also know that no homeowner wants their castle to look like an eyesore! So a sleek & sexy design that maintains curb appeal with maximal sun exposure is a win-win!


After your survey and determining your panel design, we submit everything to the county for a permit, receive approval, and move on to installation! Once your new solar panels are installed and deemed ready, you will receive permission to operate (PTO) and voila! You’ve gone solar! We serve Johnson Valley CA, Apple Valley CA, Phelan CA, Oak Hills CA, Lucerne Valley CA, Oro Grande CA, and Bell Mountain CA.