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Solar Energy Partners Emerges as the Best Option for Homeowners Seeking Solar Energy after California’s Net Metering 3.0 Decision

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California, May 11, 2023 – Solar Energy Partners (SEP), a customer service-focused solar company, has become the top choice for homeowners seeking to adopt solar energy systems after the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved Net Metering 3.0 (NEM 3.0) earlier this year.

As a result of this decision, homeowners who have NEM 3.0 are now subject to certain implementations such as “time-of-use” rates. These rates enable lower electricity costs during off-peak hours and much higher rates at times when homeowners are more likely to use electricity. In addition, customers can now opt for a buy-all, sell-all option, which allows them to sell all excess electricity produced by their solar system at the retail rate, which requires the addition of a storage solution to the home solar system. Though it may seem like the value of going solar has been cut by NEM 3.0, the truth is there has never been a better time to consider solar options.

While many solar organizations have feared the new NEM 3.0 program, SEP has proceeded tactfully, emerging as the best option for homeowners considering solar energy after NEM 3.0; offering a range of tailored solutions that fit each homeowner’s unique needs. The company’s commitment to customer service, high-quality installations, and premium solar systems has made it the go-to provider for those looking to adopt solar energy.

“We are thrilled to be one of the leading solar companies after the implementation of NEM 3.0,” said David Madrid Jr. one of the founding partners at SEP. “At our company, we have a commitment to delivering excellent customer service and top-notch solar installations to our clients. We’re thrilled to continue fulfilling our promise, offering the most premium cutting edge options, and assisting homeowners in benefiting from the latest advantages of solar after NEM 3.0.”

SEP offers a white-glove service that takes homeowners through the process, from an in-depth analysis of their power consumption to a comprehensive presentation outlining the benefits of solar energy. Once the process moves forward, SEP performs a site survey and assesses the home’s roof quality and electrical compatibility, securing all necessary permits for the installation.

The company offers a range of premium solar systems, ensuring the best experience for homeowners in all aspects of going solar. SEP only offers tier-one solar systems and premium options, ensuring the highest quality installations.

Moreover, SEP’s systems come with a comprehensive 25-30 year warranty covering operations, maintenance, and roofing penetrations or damages. All maintenance is covered for 25 years on every solar system the company works with.

SEP is partnered with major solar providers and offers the most competitive financing options in the industry, with flexible options to fit every homeowner’s needs. The company works with solar tax experts to ensure that homeowners with income tax liability receive the greatest amount of benefits and deductions available to them based on their unique criteria.

Solar Energy Partners is also committed to making a difference in the communities it serves, partnering with philanthropic organizations such as The Salvation Army, Make-A-Wish Foundation, CalTrans, OneTreePlanted, Balboa Park Forever, and Marine Mammal Care Center.

With the implementation of NEM 3.0, there has never been a better time for homeowners to adopt solar energy systems. Solar Energy Partners’ commitment to customer service, high-quality installations, and premium solar systems has made it the go-to provider for California homeowners still looking to take advantage of the benefits solar has to offer after NEM 3.0.

For more information about Solar Energy Partners and the services they offer, visit or visit them on Instagram @solarenergypartners.

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