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My installer went out of business and I can't find anyone to repair my system. Now what?

Solar is typically a low-maintenance investment, and that's great. But nothing works perfectly for everyone. Maybe your inverter went out. Maybe you just want someone to check your system out and make sure it's working properly. You call your installer and learn they are no longer in business. What then?

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Cheap shot at rooftop solar in SD Union Tribune story

Rooftop solar saves everyone money. What about this is so difficult for some pundits to understand?

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CleanTechnica: Connecting Solar Owners in Support of Solar Rights

Nice feature of Solar Rights Alliance in CleanTechnica today!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Solar

Get answers to the most common questions about solar energy.

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What do Solar Rights Alliance members think?

What do Solar Rights Alliance members think? We ask every new member to complete a survey so that we can be a more responsive organization. Here's a snapshot about what our members tell us is important to them.

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PV Magazine: "A voice for the solar consumer: the SRA"

Influential solar industry trade paper PV Magazine published a supportive piece about Solar Rights Alliance today. 

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You spoke, they listened: New tool to help avoid expensive evening rates

Last week, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 700, which will make it cheaper for you to store your extra solar energy at home in a battery. This way you can use your own free energy at night, instead of buying the utility's expensive electricity.

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Six Tips for Deciding if Battery Storage is for You

Thinking of getting battery storage for your solar system? Here’s six tips to help you figure it all out.

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My Inverter Went Out! Now What?

This article will explore a few free and simple tips to troubleshoot your inverter and ensure continually high energy production of your solar panels.

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Understanding Your “True-Up” Statement

The True-Up Statement can sometimes be confusing to new solar owners. If you are a new solar owner, hopefully this article will help.