California’s Senate passes Solar Access Act to speed up residential PV permitting

The Solar Access Act is designed to speed up residential solar permitting through an instant, online process.

California’s Solar Access Act (SAA) has passed the state’s Senate, clearing its final legislative hurdle, and will now be sent to Governor Gavin Newsom to be signed into law.

The Act demands instant, online solar permitting in cities and counties. Lawmakers hope it will decrease approval times for residential solar and solar-plus-storage systems, cut permitting costs for local governments and homeowners at the same time as helping California meet its target of becoming carbon neutral by 2045.

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Source: PV Tech

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