Some homeowners associations make it harder to go solar

Ted Lorenzen didn’t think it would be a struggle to go solar. The longtime Palm Springs resident decided to generate his own electricity when he realized it would save him money, and he got approval from Southern California Edison for Hot Purple Energy, a local company, to install 24 panels on his flat roof.  His homeowners association was another story.    Read the article……..


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