Los Angeles is the nation’s leading city for installed solar capacity, with almost 650 megawatts of solar power in 2021, according to the Environment California Research & Policy Center’s Shining Cities 2022 report. If you live in, you can lower your home’s carbon footprint and save on energy costs by switching to solar.
According to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, solar energy is the city’s most abundant renewable power source. The LADWP has extensive plans to continue expanding solar energy across the city.
The average California energy bill tends to be higher than the national average, according to CNET’s corporate partner, SaveOnEnergy. Rising electricity costs are a primary reason why many Angelenos invest in solar panels for their homes. Based on data from the Energy Information Administration, California electricity rates in June 2022 were 25% higher than in June 2021.
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