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16.2 kW Solar System in Panorama City

16.2 kW Solar System in Panorama City

Panorama City, CA

Type: Residential
Purposes:
To generate electricity
Installers: LA Solar Group, Nevada Solar Group, Texas Solar Group
Products: Hyundai Energy Solutions

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San Fernando, CA

About San Fernando, CA

San Fernando (Spanish for “St. Ferdinand”) is a general-law city in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles County, California, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is bordered on all sides by the City of Los Angeles. As of the 2010 census the population of San Fernando was 23,645. == History == The city was named for the nearby Mission San Fernando Rey de España (which in turn was named after St. Ferdinand), and was part of the Mexican land grant of Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando. In 1874 Charles Maclay, San Fernando founder, bought 56,000 acres (227 km2) of the Rancho. In 1882, cousins George K. Porter and Benjamin F. Porter of future Porter Ranch each received one-third of the total land. In 1885, Maclay founded the Maclay School of Theology, a Methodist seminary in his newly founded town of San Fernando. After his death it became an affiliate and moved to the campus of the University of Southern California and then the Claremont School of Theology.

Neighborhoods in San Fernando, CA

San Fernando, Burbank, Calabasas, Valley Village

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Reviews for LA Solar Group San Fernando, CA

LA Solar Group Reviews

Christian Cerises

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Well this is where I eat some crow. Our prior Solar installer sold to LA Solar Group, LSG not only jumped right in and fixed every issue, but they [Lucy CSR] went above and beyond with great customer service, took the time to walk me through the issues, explained the how the fix would work, and then did a follow up call to make sure everything was in order. I won’t hesitate to recommend LA Solar Group for your home/business. A strong thank you to James as well, thank you for taking the time to see the issues fixed.

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The main reason why this happens is when you have a grid-tied solar system, it has safety measures preinstalled to shut down production in case of a power outage so as not to do extensive damage to the grid or the employees working on fixing the outage.

If you would like to be less dependent on the grid or ideally have no dependence, then you can add storage batteries to your solar system.
Backup batteries store the excess energy produced by solar for later use (for example, when there is a power outage). You can provide backup for some of your home appliances or all of them by installing more batteries depending on your energy consumption.

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