Bay Area Solar & Battery Storage: Veteran-Owned Installer Buying Guides Launch

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As more Bay Area residents consider home energy efficiency, veteran-owned solar and battery storage firm Semper Solaris (650-727-9272) launches a series of homeowner buying guides.

The firm’s new pieces offer insights into the various solar and battery storage solutions currently available, including the difference between a grid-tie and off-grid installation. As a supplier of energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, readers are also introduced to the impact that such units can have on overall electricity consumption.

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A combination of rising electricity prices and government incentives has caused many Californian homeowners to consider solar. Semper Solaris developed its new series to help consumers make more informed choices, as well as to explain several other options for improving home energy efficiency.

The US Congress recently passed an ITC (Investment Tax Credit) of 30% for all residential photovoltaic systems installed between 2022 and 2032. The announcement came amidst rising electricity bills, with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) warning consumers of an 18% increase compared to last year.

As a result, Semper Solaris believes that the case for solar has never been stronger. The company’s recent buyer guides were written as an introduction for those who have not previously looked into solar, explaining the various components, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of such installations.

As Semper Solaris points out, photovoltaics provide variable energy output depending on the time of day and weather conditions. Given such limitations, the firm has developed additional guides explaining the use of modern battery storage systems, along with advanced air conditioning and gas furnace units, for a more complete solution.

About Semper Solaris

A veteran-owned and operated company, Semper Solaris derives its name from the Marine Corps motto Semper Fidelis, meaning ‘always faithful.’ With its advanced solar, battery storage, and HVAC solutions, the firm’s goal is to help more Californian homes achieve full energy independence. The recent series of guides is part of an ongoing program to provide honest and transparent education on the topic.

One Bay Area homeowner recently stated: “Semper Solaris was very responsive and moved at a faster pace than I anticipated. I had an excellent experience working with the sales team, and the installation was equally excellent. Connecting to PG&E went more quickly than expected, too. I would recommend Semper Solaris to anyone considering solar.”

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