Posted February 12, 2018 11:59:25California is the first state to begin installing solar power on a large scale, and it’s not just because of the weather.
Solar panels are cheap, plentiful, and easy to install.
And now that California has a large population and a population-growing population, it’s getting a lot of the solar panels installed.
The state has seen the most solar-related construction of any state in the nation.
Solar power companies have already started putting solar panels on the roofs of some homes, and the panels have already been put up in some restaurants and shops.
But there are still a few hurdles to overcome.
To make solar panels more attractive to homeowners, they’re also required to have a large solar array.
And that can mean a lot to homeowners in California, who are being told they’ll have to pay for the panels.
According to the California Department of Energy Resources, the state currently has 1,927 megawatts of solar capacity.
But according to the company SolarCity, it expects to have more than 6,000 megawatts in the next 10 years.
In addition to the new requirements for solar arrays, solar panels must be installed at least 50 percent of the time, and must be placed in the most attractive locations to maximize energy output.
SolarCity’s website states that it can install solar arrays anywhere, even in places like a park.
That means homeowners can install panels in parks or on rooftops, or they can even set them up in a garage.
Solar panels can have the added benefit of making solar energy more reliable.
The panels can also be reused, and can help the company generate more revenue from the solar energy produced.
Solar companies have also been looking to get their panels on rooftopes, or to have them placed in places where people have access to solar power.
But these installations can cost more.
According the California Public Utilities Commission, the average cost for residential solar panels is about $600 per kilowatt-hour, but there are many different types of installations, ranging from $100 per square foot for a single solar panel to $1,000 per square meter.
If you’re looking to set up solar panels, you’ll need to contact the company to see what it’ll cost.