THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE THOUSANDS ON A TESLA POWERWALL IS CLOSING APRIL 18TH.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR LAST CHANCE TO CLAIM THE CALIFORNIA STATE REBATE (SGIP) AND SAVE $2,900 ON A NEW TESLA POWERWALL 2.

Be in control of your energy, act now and save $2,900 on each new Tesla Powerwall 2.

THE DEADLINE IS APRIL 18TH.

The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) is a California State rebate program designed to incentivize the investment in solar and renewable energy resources. Simply put, SGIP cuts the cost of adding an energy storage system like Tesla Powerwall to your existing solar PV system by $2,900.

We must have all contracts in place by April 18th to secure the last remaining state rebate funds. The deadline to apply for this rebate is fast approaching with limited space. Act now and claim your rebate, contact us here!

With Powerwall you can store solar energy generated during the day for use any time. During the day, the sun shines on your solar panels, charging your battery. At night, your home draws electricity from your battery, powering your home with clean, sustainable energy 24/7.

TAKE ACTION

This is your last chance to take advantage of the California State rebate (SGIP) and save money on energy storage.

We must have all contracts in place by April 18th to secure the last remaining state rebate funds, this opportunity might not be available ever again!

WHY HES SOLAR?

In May 2017, HES Solar became a Tesla Powerwall Certified Installer- Making us one of the only Tesla Certified Installers in Southern California. Since then, HES Solar has successfully installed over 30 Tesla Powerwalls in San Diego.

Installing Powerwall with HES Solar is easy. We take care of everything from system design, permitting, installation, financing, to monitoring. We even completely prepare and submit your Self-Generation Incentive Program application- from start to finish, when you get your rebate check!

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NET ENERGY METERING 3.0 INFORMATION

Net Energy Metering 3.0 (NEM 3.0) is the incoming law created by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The new tariffs and fees will impact both residential and commercial solar systems built in California. 

As this notice is posted in November of 2022, the Proposed Decision from the CPUC outlining the proposed NEM 3.0 terms is expected soon. This comes after a year’s delay. Once the new agreement is finalized and passed into law, there will exist a designation of the deadline under which new systems will continue to qualify for NEM 2.0 rates. 

The new NEM 3.0 rates will be designed to lower the value of electricity during the daytime hours, when solar is producing, and increase the value of electricity during the evening hours, when solar homes and businesses purchase electricity. In short, NEM 3.0 will create a “sell low, buy high” proposition to new solar system owners. 

To Californians looking to install a solar system on their home or commercial building, the NEM 2.0 rates will be preferred. As of this post, the solar industry does not know the details of how different the NEM 3.0 rates will be from the NEM 2.0 rates. 

Please use the HES Solar website as a resource to learn more, and please take our offer to speak with an HES Solar Energy Consultant at no obligation.

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Robert Laverty

Senior Energy Consultant, Residential

Robert Laverty joined the HES team in the summer of 2018, bringing his ten years of solar design experience and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound with him. Robert is dedicated to finding solutions to help families produce and store electricity in order to reduce their reliance on grid power as well as help reduce their household’s carbon footprint. Robert’s experience as a newspaper editor as well as his involvement with the sustainability-focused Rocky Mountain Institute drives him to constantly seek out innovative ways to meet energy needs through renewable resources as well as helps him share those ideas with Southern California homeowners. When not at work or volunteering time with his church or community, Robert spends time with his wife and two sons or pursues his passion of fly fishing.
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