Solar Installations in Valencia

2 Jul

“Solar in Los Angeles” – A new series covering all the Los Angeles Metro Area and their relationship with Solar.

Solar installations in Valencia

Utility Company: S0uthern California Edison

Electric rates: $0.12 – $0.34/kwh

Rebates available: Solar Installation Rebate

Incentive Rates,
PSI Incentive Type

System Size

Incentive Rates (by customer type) Payment Schedule
Expected Performance Based Buydown (EPBB)

1 kW-AC


30 kW-AC*

$1.90/watt – Residential
$1.55/watt – Commercial

$2.30/watt – Government and Non-profits

One lump sum payment after installation and inspection approval; based on estimated PV system AC capacity.
Performance Based Incentive (PBI)

Over 30 kW-AC

1,000 kW-AC*

$0.26/kWh – Residential
$0.32/kWh – Commercial and all PPAs

$0.32/kWh for government and non-profit applicants (host customers)

Five annual payments for first five years after installation and inspection approval; based on actual metered kWh output.

Last updated 9/01/2009

Administrator Customer Class * Current Step Initial MW in Step Unused MW from Previous Steps Revised Total MW in Step Issued Conditional Reservation Letters (MW) MW Remaining MW Under Review
SCE Residential 4 19.70 0.43 20.13 3.61 16.52 1.22
Non-Residential 5 49.30 31.77 81.07 23.06 58.01 12.38

The Following are some of California Green Designs’ Solar Installations in Valencia

58 kw

Valencia Solar

267 kw


What size system would you need for your home, have your electric bill handy and check out the Solar Calculator.

Interested in a quote fill out a form on California Green Designs website.


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