With California’s next fire season just a few months away, everyone is scrambling to install rooftop solar panels and electricity-storing batteries on their homes to keep food refrigerated and mobile phones charged during the power shutoffs to come.
Fire season is approaching fast, which can only mean one thing for our region - more power shutdowns. Don’t wait until summer, beat the line and reserve your backup power today.
As we gear up for Earth Day on April 22, we wanted to share a few thoughts. Whether you're right or left, or in the middle of the road on this one, we know one thing's for sure. Nature is beautiful, it gives us the fresh air we breathe and the beauty we see. And this year, 2020, is Earth Day’s 50th anniversary of the annual event supporting environmental protection is here. Under normal circumstances, people around the world would be honoring the Earth with Earth Day celebrations and Earth Day festivals. But instead, the COVID-19 pandemic has everyone home stay home.
Solar energy is the technology used to harness the sun's energy and make it useable. As of 2011, the technology produced less than one tenth of one percent of global energy demand.
We don't generally discuss politics, but when we see a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill pass through the Senate, House and Trump with flying colors, it's worth a mention and is something to celebrate.
Whether it’s Easter or 12 weeks or more from now that we emerge from a shelter in place directive, the return to normalcy feels improbable in the near term. If you’re like us, we can’t wait to come back stronger. While we are functioning as an essential company, remaining operational as best we can and maintaining the status quo of services that are essential to maintaining every home, we wanted to check in with you. How are you and your family coping during this time of uncertainty? What are you going through? Here are a few tips that help us get through the day. Try some of these and let us know. Tip three is our favorite.