What We Do
At Conejo Solar Brokers, we make finding the best solar deal easy. We are your advocates, providing independent and unbiased information to homeowners and businesses in the areas we serve. To put it quite simply, we will locate the best solar proposal for your needs. Our services are FREE to you, so give us a call, schedule an appointment today and discover your brightest deal on solar!
We provide independent and unbiased information on the critical questions you’ll need answered along with in-home 100% hassle-free quotes for the solar solution that is right for you.
Learn how you can pay less to produce your own energy. The average homeowner can save over $1000 per year on electricity and qualify to receive a 30% Investment Tax Credit.
Our quality solar integrators provide turnkey solutions for our clients including professional installation, permit processing, fees & drawings, utility interconnection, HOA forms, etc.
Installation is a vital process in completing your solar solution and finding a reputable installer is critical to ensure your project performs efficiently to provide the highest ROI.
How We Differ
We focus on your needs, not the interests of the solar industry. Serving the Greater Conejo Valley, Ventura County and beyond.
We provide you with professional and quality representation, peace of mind and the satisfaction of shopping from a one-stop source.
We currently represent a variety of solar companies in the area and can help you select the perfect solution for your needs. No more guessing which solar company is right for you! We are your advocates.
We offer a selection of financial solutions: Purchase. Finance. Lease. Zero Down Options. Low Monthly Payments. Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs and more.
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Taking pride in our customers, their concerns and their needs. We thank you for your kind words.
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Get to know Paul
Paul is also a solar customer with Solar Universe having been in the environmental services and recycling industry for 17 years. His family saves over $150 per month on our utility bill with Southern California Edison. He projects his overall savings to be greater than $100,000 over the next 20 years!
Articles and Blogs
A collection of solar news articles and blogs collected by Conejo Solar Brokers.
Thinking about charging your electric vehicle too By Spice Solar, Solar Energy Show | June 2015 At Conejo Solar Brokers, we got ourselves a 2015 Toyota Prius V wagon. Although it’s not an electric vehicle, the car has an EV function, yet maintains a 44 city / 40 hwy MPG on gas power. We find ourselves driving[…]
Tesla batteries and off-grid battery storage systems By Spice Solar, Solar Energy Show | May 2015 At Conejo Solar Brokers, we are often asked about off-grid battery solutions. In all situations, our clients have been tied to the utility grid and unable to really embrace the opportunity to find a solution they really want. Some of our clients[…]
Solar financing options from purchases to leasing By Spice Solar, Solar Energy Show | March 24, 2015 Leasing or Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) may not be the best value when it comes to your selection of solar financing options, but don’t count them out completely. Not everyone has the discretionary cash for a cash purchase and leasing does[…]
Utilities need to adapt and adopt a business model that incorporates the inevitable rise of distributed energy sources. By Sierra Club, The blog of Executive Director Michael Brune | March 17, 2015 In the past, I have compared big, polluting fossil fuel companies to zombies. Now I feel bad. Upon reflection, I believe I may have been a[…]
Utilities experience competition, don’t like it, run crying to regulators By David Roberts | March 18, 2015 Power utilities are fleeing open competition and seeking security in the sweet, protective bosom of Big Government. You can see this in two concurrent trends. The first I wrote about recently in the context of the proposed Exelon-Pepco merger[…]
Congress debates distributed solar ahead of new legislation By Garrett Hering | March 17, 2015 United States senators on Tuesday received testimony from representatives of the electric power industry, energy regulators and national laboratories on the state of innovation related to the grid. Read More
East Bay students push for solar schools in Alameda By Jana Katsuyama, KVTU-TV Reporter | March 2015 Hundreds of students and parents are pushing for solar schools in the City of Alameda, with a number of young people speaking out at a meeting Monday night to urge board members to increase the amount of solar power allowed[…]
NBC’s LADWP Solar Panel Rebate Investigation By Take Two | December 18, 2014 An investigation by NBC4 Los Angeles has uncovered problems with LADWP’s solar panel rebate program. Customers have complained that once the panels are installed, it can take LADWP several months to inspect the work. The home cannot be taken off the electricity grid[…]
DWP’s “Secret” Formula Overcharges Customers By Joel Grover | February 09, 2015 NBC4’s I-Team has discovered customers have had their utility bills inflated. Joel Grover reports for the NBC4 News on Monday Feb. 9, 2015. Watch NBC4 Video Read Response from LADWP Read Response from LADWP Neighborhood Council
DOE Invests $59M in Solar Innovations By Chris Meehan | January 30, 2015 Yesterday (Jan. 29) the DOE offered a number of innovative projects with a total of $59 million. The funds are intended to help reduce the cost of solar and speed new technologies to market. The Department of Energy has substantially reduced its[…]
Study: Host-Owned Rooftop Solar Improves a Home’s Resale Value By Eric Wesoff | January 16, 2015 Science! At least solar doesn’t destroy home value. And now homeowners, realtors and appraisers are on the same page. According to a recent study led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, home buyers are willing to pay more for homes with[…]
Elon Musk: Utilities have a ‘pretty good’ future, can coexist with solar industry By Robert Walton | January 15, 2015 PV Magazine reports Elon Musk spoke at a crowded press conference in Detroit, assuaging fears that the utility industry has reached the precipice and predicting long-term power demand to double as electric vehicles become widespread.[…]