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Experience With Installing Solar Panels in CA Condo Community?

Discussion in 'Energy, Environment, and Policy' started by igotzzoom, May 30, 2013.

  1. igotzzoom

    igotzzoom Supporting Member

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    Hi All. Don't know if this is precisely the right forum to post in, but it seemed the most logical. Was wondering if any of you had any experience getting solar panels installed in a condominium complex. I live in a nearly 1000-unit community. The buildings are about 30 years old, and have flat roofs. I'm somewhat familiar with CA Civil Code 714, but I know sometimes what's "on the books" and what the practical reality is can differ. If any of you have any experience dealing with HOA boards or architectural committees, and have some tips on tipping the scales in your favor, I'd like to know. Thanks.
     
  2. JPP

    JPP Active Member

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    Maybe put a call into a big national solar company like SolarCity and ask for help. They might be very interested in the business.
     

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