This Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) video answers frequently asked questions about how your electric bill changes after going solar. When your solar panels produce more power than your home needs, that energy can return to the grid for other households to use. A special metering option called Net Energy Metering (NEM) actually credits your overall electric bill based on how much power you provide to the grid. For some customers, this could mean a $0 electric bill for the month.
State law ensures that electric companies across Southern California, including Southern California Edison, SDG&E, and Riverside Public Utilities, also offer this solar rebate credit. It’s just one more reason to go solar.
Testimonials from a few of our customers:
“I have been very happy with the whole experience and Aikyum will get my unbridled recommendation in the future.”
– Arun Jain
“I reached out looking for someone to repair my system after a roof install and was incredibly impressed by how attentive Harina and her service tech Joey were in not only getting my system back in order but going above and beyond by contacting the manufacturer after the two inverters failed to operate. I would absolutely use them again in a heart beat, for any future solar needs. Thanks again Aikyum Solar.”
– Celso G.
“Harina patiently met with us several times to help me understand the details of solar and to suggest approaches that no other bidder had proposed. Her installation team was punctual, courteous and efficient.”
– Carol R.
“Working with Aikyum was extremely easy and streamlined. Harina and her team took care of everything from permitting, to HOA approvals, to final notices to the city and HOA.”
– Apur L.