This is the last year to get the full 30% tax credit .
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Every installation is unique and there are several variables that affect which solar system you install, how much your solar panels cost, and how much your cost is offset by your energy bill savings. Capital City Solar will help you determine the best system for your home or business as well as offer you solar financing options (including $0 down payment programs) and help with rebates and tax credits to further increase your savings.
Not all SunPower dealers are alike. Capital City Solar is focused on providing an honest, up-front sales and design process, with the utmost attention to customer satisfaction and earning business without resorting to gimmicks.
We are a woman-owned company and pay special attention to details. We employ well-trained installers and electricians who will treat your home and family with respect, as if it were their own. We have been in business for over 15 years and we will continue to be here for our customers year after year.
We currently offer solar service in the following major California cities and their surrounding areas:
El Dorado Hills
El Dorado County
South Lake Tahoe
In the News
For most homeowners, the biggest motivators for buying into home solar power are the rising energy rates being charged by PG&E, SMUD, and other utilities. This goes double for anyone being transitioned to time-of-use rates. On average, our customers see energy bills drop by at least 75% after installing a solar power system. But, there […]
In April 2019, online real estate website Zillow released a summary of an analysis of the selling prices of homes with solar power systems versus those with without. They found that homes in the United States with solar power systems sold for an average of 4.1% more than comparable solar-less homes. This translated to a […]
Update: On April 22, 2019, SMUD withdrew the Grid Access Charge proposal, which was the focus of this article. SMUD also withdrew their proposed Net Energy Metering (NEM) 2.0 rate schedule. SMUD has stated that they are committing to establishing a process where they can work with public stakeholders to find service solutions that best […]
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