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Irvine Business Owners Get New Incentive for Going Solar

Posted at March 24, 2011 | By : | Categories : Financing Resources,Solar News | Comments Off on Irvine Business Owners Get New Incentive for Going Solar

The Irvine City Council approved new measures during their recent meeting to help spur growth in the city. Among those measured that were approved, is a new program that waives fees for one year for businesses that install solar panels.

This is a huge savings for businesses interested in converting to an Orange County solar system. The waived fees are expected to save businesses thousands of dollars and will help promote green energy in the community. Renew Solar Construction will work with Irvine business owners to help them realize these savings by installing Orange County solar panels and systems.

“We are very pleased and excited to see Irvine taking steps to encourage businesses to convert to solar energy systems,” says Rob Huie owner, Renew Solar Construction. “In today’s economy, this solar incentive will help spur owners to make their businesses more energy efficient. And in combination with other solar incentive programs, it will be more affordable than ever for businesses to convert to a Renew Solar Construction solar system.”

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