With the release of the Apple Valley-based company’s guide, Californians considering installing solar energy or simply curious about the process can inform themselves of their relevant legal rights and the necessary documents to be read and signed before their solar systems are connected to the electric grid.
More details can be found at: https://optiononesolar.com/solar-rights-guide
The guide warns of unscrupulous businesses willing and ready to take advantage of unsuspecting clients, and how to guard against their deceptions. For instance, readers are cautioned that solar providers are required to give clients time to read The California Solar Consumer Protection Guide. The guide also notes that the Solar Disclosure Form must be provided and included in the contract by the solar provider and the Contractor’s State License Board.
Solar energy has grown in popularity due to both its affordable pricing and its environmental benefits. Whilst this presents a desirable opportunity both in an economic and ecological sense for consumers, there is potential for abuse on the part of companies. The process of contract signing can be exhausting, and clients may be taken advantage of if they are not properly informed.
Option One Solar has released its guide to solar rights for the benefit of those looking to switch to solar energy. As well as its useful legal information, the guide contains advice for selecting a competent, licensed solar provider to avoid entanglement with dishonest companies.
The guide also features information on Net Energy Metering, the system through which excess energy produced results in financial credit.
Option One Solar is a solar power contractor located in Apple Valley, California. As well as providing highly regarded solar services, it hosts a comprehensive blog on its website, informing the public about a range of solar-related themes.
A 5-star reviewer said: “The people at Option One are great to work with. I wanted a ground mounted solar energy system. Most other companies were reluctant to install solar on a ground mount. No problem for Option One. They worked with me and accommodated all of my preferences.”
All interested parties can find further information at: https://optiononesolar.com/solar-rights-guide
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