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California Nonprofit to Finance Solar Installations

Berkeley, San Diego and Palm Desert have each recently started solar financing programs that allow their residents to borrow money for solar installations and then pay back the loan through their property taxes over 20 years.  State nonprofit organization California Statewide Community Development Authority (CSCDA) wants to expand that solar love to generic viagra sold on line the rest of the state.

The organization is launching their own financing program where the states' cities and counties can create initiatives like Berkeley's by joining the organization's project, meaning the cialis canadian cities and counties won't have to find their own investors.

The organization wants the project to eventually include improvements other than solar panels, like insulation and weatherizing.  Right now cities and counties are the only entities that can join the project, but in the fall the initiative will open up to individual businesses and residents.

via GoodCleanTech

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written by Kate Goltermann, August 24, 2009
Solar installations are great, but they’re not enough. We need California to pass the Triple It bill in September, which would set the cheap canadian pharmacy state’s energy standard to 33% renewable by 2020. It's time for California to move toward a mix of buy real viagra online wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass energy sources, which can power our entire state. The time to levitra on line canada act is now.
written by John Rowell, August 25, 2009
I like it! Let's just hope they are able to finance all these projects smilies/smiley.gif
PACE Program
written by Solar Financing, July 14, 2010
I think we are all still hoping that this program works. It is difficult to qualify for the program but homeowners who do get to enjoy cheap electricity for life.

Read more about the PACE Programhttp://articles.pvsolarsalestr...leanEnergy.
Has anyone heard of a nonprofit solar venture to build up capital and reinvest it in further solar installations?
written by Jennifer Nunn, December 28, 2011
I am trying to figure out a way to make going solar a realistic solution moving forward. I feel like we can not rely on government and business intervention in order to move forward at the pace that is needed to ensure our future energy needs.

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