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California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Part 6) require that all new residential buildings be equipped with a solar photovoltaic (PV) system. The size of the required solar system varies depending on the location and size of the building.
Installing solar panels on a new construction project can provide several benefits, including lower electricity bills, reduced carbon footprint, increased home value, and improved energy efficiency. Moreover, as California moves towards a cleaner energy grid, having solar panels can help future-proof a building against rising electricity costs.
Yes, solar panels can be installed on a roof with a steep slope. However, the installation may require additional materials and labor to ensure the panels are secured properly.
Yes, solar panels can be installed on a flat roof using mounting systems that tilt the panels at an angle to maximize solar exposure.
Solar panels are designed to be low maintenance. However, it is recommended to clean the panels periodically to remove any dirt or debris that may accumulate on the surface. Additionally, it is important to check the system regularly to ensure it is functioning properly.
Yes, solar batteries can be installed to store excess energy generated by the solar system for later use when the sun is not shining. However, this will add to the overall cost of the solar installation.