June

Blog Posts in June, 2014

  • S.C.E. Raising Rates Again

    Your energy costs are on the rise again. In order for Southern California Edison (SCE) to achieve it’s goal of obtaining 33% of their power from renewable sources by 2020. The cost of constructing utility scale power plants is expensive and the changing rates have also been reflected. The highest energy users will see a slight decrease in their rates per kWh while tier 1-3 will see a dramatic ...
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  • A Huge Win For The American Solar Industry!

    The U.S. Department of Commerce made a decision Tuesday, June 3rd, that it would impose tariffs on Chinese-made solar panels. Chinese manufacturers would be taxed from 18.56% to 32.21%. A preliminary decision on the anti-dumping section of the complaint is due by July 25 and if approved by the DoC would go into effect August 18. In economics, “dumping” is a form of predatory pricing in the context ...
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