Some Southern California residents are outraged by a state bill that would allow three utility companies to charge customers up to $10 a month to cope with the loss of revenue due to the popularity of solar panels.
Newberry Springs residents are angered by the construction of a 27-acre solar farm they claim has ruined their views of the mountains.
Fast food restaurants in the Inland Empire are tapping into solar power to save money on their super-sized energy bills.
Solar panels will be installed on the rooftops of the Westfield Topanga and the Westfield Fashion Square.
A CBS2 Investigation broadcast earlier this month has spawned change — solar systems installed on L.A. homes received the OK from DWP to be turned on after months of sitting idle on rooftops.
The push to go green is making some DWP customers turn red with anger.
Homeowners have one more day to enter to win a “home energy makeover” worth as much as $50,000.
Going green helps the environment but by being aware of the planet, you could put some serious green in your pocket.
Students and parents are angry over plans to install solar panels on a California school’s front lawn, a popular gathering spot for youngsters.