Mike Teresso of Baker Electric Solar Shares Solar Insights on The Craig Sewing Show, 1170am “The Answer”

Baker Electric Solar's President Mike Teresso will share information about critical solar issues Net Energy Metering 2.0 and the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) on 1170am "The Answer" on Tuesday, April 14 at 6 p.m.

SAN DIEGO, Calif., April 8, 2015 - The President of Baker Electric Solar, Mike Teresso, will be interviewed by San Diego-based television and radio personality, Craig Sewing, on 1170am "The Answer" on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 6 p.m. Industry expert, Teresso will give consumers vital information about current solar topics Net Energy Metering (NEM) 2.0 and the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

Craig Sewing, recognized as a leading consumer advocate, provides street-smart advice particularly in the areas of real estate and personal finance. He confronts polarizing issues head-on, focusing on cutting through media clutter and misinformation. For those homeowners considering a move to solar, a full understanding of the implications of NEM 2.0 and the ITC is critical to the timing of their purchase and installation. The Sewing show is the perfect forum for Teresso to clarify these topics and make his first of many local media appearances during April's Earth Month. Listen live on 1170am "The Answer" (www.am1170theanswer.com) or on www.craigsewing.com.

According to the Environment California Research & Policy Center, San Diego was in the top five cities for solar capacities at the end of 2014. With the ITC ending in 2017 and NEM transitioning from the 1.0 phase to an unknown 2.0 version, Teresso is on a mission to inform and educate about how these changes will affect San Diego residents.

"Not surprisingly, there's a great deal of confusion about these two complex topics and consumers are concerned. My goal is to provide no-nonsense information and recommendations that will help homeowners time their solar decision and save thousands," commented Teresso. "I'm grateful to Craig for providing the perfect forum for this discussion."

"The solar industry is booming in San Diego and the issues jeopardizing consumer benefits need to be understood and addressed. I'm enthusiastic about having Mike on the show so people can make an informed decision for their family," said host Craig Sewing. "I anticipate a lively discussion on NEM, the ITC and the future of San Diego solar."

Solar supporters can voice their support for keeping the rules fair and equitable by reaching out to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and local government officials.

For more information about Baker Electric Solar, visit http://bakerelectricsolar.com.
For more information about The Craig Sewing Show, go to http://www.craigsewing.com

About Baker Electric Solar
San Diego-based Baker Electric Solar, designs, builds and installs photovoltaic solar power systems for new and existing homes, commercial facilities and utility-scale projects across Southern California. As a member of the Baker family of companies, Baker Electric Solar is a BBB accredited business with an A+ rating. It has been recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as a ranking Clean-Tech Company, Alternative Energy Supplier, and one of San Diego's Fastest Growing Companies. It ranked No. 10 on the Journal's 2014 Best Places to Work in the "San Diego Medium Category." Baker Electric Solar also earned the Angie's List Super Service Award two consecutive years (2013-2014). It was named one of Solar Power World Magazine's 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in North America. Baker Electric Solar is San Diego's first and largest SunPower Elite Dealer. For more information, visit http://bakerelectricsolar.com.

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