California Solar Initiative

Sopogy's OC-100 SRCC certified technology is able to create the necessary thermal output to qualify for up to $500,000 under the CSI incentive. 

California has one of the most aggressive solar thermal incentives and we want to capitalize on that opportunity. We are looking for qualified CSI partners with sales and service teams that are interested in expanding their offerings and developing a new revenue stream.

The California Solar Initiative offers cash back for installing solar on your home or business.

California Solar Initiative (CSI)

California is striving to create megawatts of new solar-generated electricity, moving the state towards a clean energy future. And you can help!

Join the thousands of home and business owners who have earned cash back rebates by installing solar energy systems through the California Solar Initiative. Customers earn cash rebates for every watt of solar energy installed on homes, businesses, farms, schools, and government and non-profit organizations.

For more information on the CSI program click here to visit this 3rd party external website: http://goo.gl/1uioJ

Sopogy - the only option for the CSI

Sopogy technology has received the SRCC certification for concentrating solar collectors.  Click here for the 3rd party external website: http://goo.gl/9MgH9

Operating at 300-500 degress F, Sopogy's MicroCSP technology is the only thermal collector capable of operating a double effect absorption chiller.  This translates into lower overall system costs and faster paybacks for our customers. 

SoCalGas comments on Sopogy's technology

“Using the sun’s heat to power air conditioning will help the Palm Springs Air Museum reduce its energy costs and carbon footprint,” said Hal D. Snyder, vice president of customer solutions for SoCalGas, which earlier this year provided $1.5 million in equity funding to Sopogy to support additional commercial demonstrations and market introduction of its products. “We applaud the museum for its leadership in demonstrating this exciting new technology that will benefit not only the museum but the community at large.”

“This is a great example of how energy efficient technologies, renewable solar energy and clean, affordable natural gas can all work together to create an environmentally friendly and cost-effective solution for our customers,” said Snyder.

Available here:  http://goo.gl/EHLmM