Clean Solar Expands To Tracy & Mountain House

California Territory Expansion to Meet Solar Needs in San Joaquin County

San Jose, CA – July 13, 2015 – Clean Solar, the Bay Area’s top-rated residential and commercial solar installer, announced last week the expansion of its residential solar division into San Joaquin County to include the regions of Tracy and Mountain House. To better serve this area’s solar power needs, the company has increased staff levels and the number of dedicated Sales Site Analysts serving this region.

Previous Clean Solar residential solar installations in Tracy and San Joaquin County were installed on a case-by-case basis. The company is familiar with the local jurisdictions and permitting requirements to expedite the installation process for clients in this area.

Tracy and Mountain House residents, as all Bay Area homeowners, will continue to have multiple solar panel, inverter, and mounting technology options. San Joaquin County’s available solar financing options are nearly identical to Bay Area counties. PACE Financing is being adopted rapidly and is currently available in the City of Tracy and portions of Mountain House.

Further punctuating the company’s growth, Clean Solar announced last month the expansion of their commercial installation division to include the North Bay cities of Vallejo, Fairfield, and Vacaville.

About Clean Solar

Clean Solar is the top-rated residential and commercial solar installation company in the Bay Area and surrounding areas.  With over 100 5-Star Yelp reviews, the company’s unparalleled quality and customer service standards meet client power needs with a custom solar solution. Clean Solar offers many options, for solar panels and inverters as well as financial options including cash, $0 down leases, loans, and PACE. The company is a Certified B Corp and the recipient of numerous industry based quality and service awards. Clean Solar is headquartered in San Jose, CA, and was founded by Randy Zechman and Jeff Ritchey in 2007. For more information, visit