Learn the Benefits a Battery System Can Add to Your California Lifestyle
TAGS: Energy Conservation | Energy Storage Systems | Smart Home | Sonnen
Whether you have a new or existing home in the San Marino, CA area, home energy costs and reducing your energy footprint are likely something you’ve considered. With a home energy storage system, you can do your part in improving the planet and your home.
Energy conservation has become a hot topic in recent years, and the Golden State is setting the bar nationally. Earlier this year, a California mandate went into effect stating new construction homes are required to have a photovoltaic (PV) system as an electricity source. Exceptions to this mandate include homes with shade abundance or communities whose developers decide to pursue a solar community project.
Keep reading to learn how home energy storage systems can change the way you use your home.
Sonnen devices have benefits for both homeowners and builders alike, from greater efficiency to emergency preparedness
TAGS: Energy Automation | Energy Conservation | Energy Storage | Sonnen
With all the destruction and disruption seen in California in recent years due to wildfires and climate change, it’s no wonder many residents and builders are looking into the benefits of non-traditional energy systems. Combined with the new requirements for builders that are coming later this year, builders and homeowners are looking to solar as an alternative.
How can you ensure you’re offering clients the best solar power solution? We recommend incorporating a home energy storage system.
And when it comes to home energy storage, Sonnen is the clear industry leader. Let’s take a look at Sonnen’s products and how they can benefit residents and builders in the La Cañada Flintridge area of California.
With new solar energy rules coming to California in 2020, you can get ahead of the curve with energy storage systems
TAGS: Energy Conservation | Smart Home Automation | Solar Energy
It can be challenging to keep up with the latest design trends if you’re a builder, architect or otherwise involved in creating new homes. But new regulations are something you can’t forget about or brush aside, and there are big changes coming to California in 2020. As of Jan. 1, solar energy systems will be required in any new homes.
While these new rules can create challenges, they also present opportunities for professionals who are willing to embrace new technologies. In this case, home energy storage systems have tremendous potential for both businesses in the building trade and families who purchase new homes.
How does this work? We’re glad you asked, and today we’ll show you precisely why California builders in the South Pasadena should include home energy storage systems in every new home they build.