LOS ANGELES â€” With temperatures rising over the next few days in Los Angeles, the LA-DWP offers these tips to help customers stay cool while conserving energy. Energy conservation during high temperature summer days helps prevent strain on power system infrastructure while also helping customers save money on power bills.
These simple tips are easy . . . → Read More: Cool Tips for Hot Days – How to Stay Cool and Conserve Energy as Summer Heats Up
LADWP will relaunch its Solar Incentive Program (SIP) next month with double the budget for the next three years, a faster and more transparent customer experience, and revised incentive levels that are more in line with market pricing and allow greater participation. LADWP will resume accepting applications for solar incentives starting September 1, 2011, at . . . → Read More: “Go Solar L.A.” Incentive Program Scheduled to Relaunch with Revised Incentive Levels and Streamlined Customer Service
Tighter lender standards and an unstable job market have made it tougher for some people, especially those just starting out, to qualify for a home mortgage on their own.Â So, some home buyers are turning to family members or close friends with good credit to co-sign a home loan.
But money managers and lenders caution . . . → Read More: Cosigning on The Dotted Line