ROSE & Planet Earth Solar join forces

Residents Organized for a Safe Environment is very happy to announce that Planet Earth Solar will partner with ROSE to “Replace nuclear power one solar panel at a time”. Matt Ashwell and Kristin Underwood are licensed solar installer and a local San Clemente LLC. Please take a look at their fine quality craftsmanship at:   IMG_1218

We are joining to bring the benefits of solar power and lower electric cost local nonprofit groups in Orange & San Diego counties. Our first project being the Boy Scouts of Orange County at Oso Lake. We are now in the planning stages for our second project to be announced soon.


About residentsorganizedforasafeenvironment

Vision for ROSE Working for the good of the Mother Earth. To provide a safe and clean planet for our children and grandchildren, and the seven generations to come. Working to support Ethically Sound Environmental decisions for the future. We hold the power of our vision in our own hands.
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4 Responses to ROSE & Planet Earth Solar join forces

  1. Lynn says:

    I live in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. Good sun all day here. I have been asking for estimate but someone said Idaho does not allow or something? Idaho Power is controlling everything here. I may not able to afford to get Solar panels on my house roof.
    I hope you will know what you can do for me.

  2. Lynn, Grid Alternatives – – this is a group that puts money on low-income houses. They work a lot with habitat for humanity homes. They have tapped into that solar rebate money that is set aside just for low income properties. I do not know if they are working in Idaho, you will need to check with them. They could know someone in your area. Best of luck.

  3. Kristin says:

    Hi Lynn, I’m not familiar with Idaho’s requirements, but you might also want to check oust DSIRE –

    This website lists all state & federal rebate and tax credit $$ that is available for renewable energy and energy efficiency project.
    This website also seems pretty helpful:

    Best of luck,

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