What residential programs are there in Santa Clarita?
Energy Upgrade California® empowers Californians to make informed energy management choices at home and at work. Through its suite of online tools, information, and resources, Energy Upgrade California® guides individuals and businesses toward making cost-saving investments that can lower utility bills.
If you are a homeowner and have a household income below $60,000, a portion of the money from the Federal Stimulus Package can be used to improve the energy efficiency of your home—which means savings on energy costs every month after these improvements. During the past few years, we have noticed that tightening demand for energy caused a price rise in oil and natural gas abroad. We expect this trend to continue for several more years.
Go Solar is a program sponsored by the California Public Utilities Commission and Energy Commission and provides a variety of rebate programs. Use this simple tool to get an estimate of how much you could save on electricity with solar panels.
The Community Energy Partnership ensures sustainability by teaching energy-efficient practices. It works collaboratively with service providers and utility companies to develop technical and educational tools for residents, business owners, schools, and community organizations in Southern California.
How much does solar installation cost in Santa Clarita?
The price of residential solar panel installation in Santa Clarita, CA is $11,730-$15,870. The average Santa Clara county installer cost for a 5 kilowatt (kW) solar system is $12,400.
After accounting for a 30% tax credit, other state incentives, and a host of other factors, the total cost of going solar averages about $0.11 per kWh.