California’s Solar Panel Mandate, What Does It Mean?

N/A | July 17, 2018

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California’s solar mandate has recently been issued, which will require all new California homes to be built with solar technology. This is the first state in the United States to issue such a mandate, which further indicates the state taking initiative towards promoting renewable energy. With the plenty of sunshine California receives, it makes the state the perfect candidate for a solar mandate.

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