Brent Willson is a retired USMC Colonel with 30+ years of experience, who managed $100B aviation acquisition portfolio for the Defense Department. Brent is passionate about clean energy and providing battery energy storage solutions to consumers that provide the comfort of black out protection and the ability to offset increasing grid costs, with the solar power they produce.
Dear Fellow Solar-Owning Californian:
Since 2014, California utility Tier-1 pricing has increased:
80.7% for SDG&E Customers 62.7% for PG&E Customers 28.8% for SCE Customers
Luckily as solar-owners, we have mostly been unaffected… Until NOW!
In February, SDG&E announced a new anti-solar policy called Time-of-Use, whereby night-time energy, when the sun isn’t shining, is billed at double the rate of day-time energy.
My name is Brent Willson. In addition to being a concerned Californian, I am a retired Colonel who served 30+ years in the United States Marine Corps.
During my time at the Pentagon, I headed a $100 Billion aviation acquisition portfolio for the Department of Defense.
Today, I am writing to show consumers how to fight back and secure up to $6,324 from the State of California and federal governments by installing energy storage.
Protect your utility rates with San Diego-based Neovolta’s home battery technology.
Our systems are engineered with a single focus: to power your home, day and night, with energy harnessed from the sun. Giving you the freedom to go off the electric grid.
NeoVolta designs, develops and manufactures residential energy storage batteries that will slash your utility bill and power your home even when the grid goes down.
Created with a focus on safety, the NV14 is equipped with a 14.4 kWh rechargeable Lithium Iron Phosphate battery, a 7,680-Watt inverter and a web-based management system with 24/7 monitoring.
By storing energy instead of sending it back to the grid, consumers can protect themselves against blackouts, avoid expensive peak demand electricity rates charged by utilities when solar panels aren’t producing, and get one step closer to grid independence.