When the Sun Goes Down: A California Policy Designed to Promote Clean Energy

Solar panels generate electricity when the sun is shining, but electricity demand during “peak hours” can sometimes occur between the hours of 6 pm and 9 pm.  This means that electricity consumers may require a higher load at a time of the day when solar panels are producing less energy. 

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Using Time Wisely: California’s “Option-R” Renewables Program

If you are responsible for the energy expenses of a company in California, then you know that demand (kW) charges can nearly double your energy costs in the summer months. Fortuitously, an exciting Renewables Program with significant options to lower your demand costs is now available.

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