Why alternative energy?
It couldn’t be any more clear than the sunlight shining down upon us:
The electric companies are big corporations who are doing everything they can to empty your wallet.
The average Southern California homeowner is paying nearly $2,000 a year to the electric company. The cost of a kilowatt hour of electricity has increased almost 10% per year since 2015. There’s no reason to expect anything to change.
If this pattern holds, by 2026 your electric bill will double — assuming your use of electricity stays the same.
But of course, there’s more to the story. Not only is electricity getting more expensive, but our days are getting hotter, too. You’ll need to run your air conditioning more often just to stay cool.
More air conditioning and more electricity? Your utility bill will grow even faster.
You’re not the only one relying on the utility company. When under heavy strain, our power grid is subject to outages, often at the most inopportune and inconvenient times. Can you really trust the electric company to provide the electricity needed for years to come?
There’s absolutely no telling what might happen if you continue to rely on the utility company.
Every homeowner in Southern California should begin evaluating alternative energy options to find the best possible solution for their needs.