California to Require Solar on New Homes
IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - California will become the first state in the union to require solar panels on all new homes.  This law will require all building, three stories high, including single family homes and condos, to install solar starting 2020.  Still needs final approval from the California Building Standards Commission.  

The panels may increase the cost of the homes by $10,000.  The medium price of a home in California not is about $600,000.  Solar already accounts for 10% of the total California electricity generated.  Installing storage batteries are optional.  New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Washington DC are also considering solar requirements.
Written by IncSmart Staff

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