Call us Alamo. We’re not exactly a city… and we don’t plan to be. There’s a special beauty in simply being a collection of rolling green hills and quiet residential drives. We are neighbors.  What we lack in a town hall, we more than make up for with a sense of community. After all, it’s hardly paperwork that brings people together. 

All About Alamo

Alamo has proudly declined from becoming an incorporated city on several occasions.  This has allowed much of the area to stay undeveloped and wonderfully green.  Having plenty of natural spaces to hike and ride horseback are part of what makes us love it here.  While we enjoy frequenting our neighbors in Walnut Creek and Danville, we really value the sense of self-sufficiency we’ve been able to maintain, and we have no intention of giving it up any time soon.

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That same freedom is part of why solar energy has been such a popular choice for so many families here.  The ability to generate electricity separate from the public utility grid brings another element of freedom to each homeowner and business.  With an average of 262 day of sunshine per year, why not take advantage of this added benefit of living in Alamo?

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Feel Secure with Solar Energy

There are many practical reasons to switch to solar.  The ability to provide their own power is the main reason most families in Alamo give us a call.  Since blackouts are becoming more and more common across California, having a constant power source is invaluable.  When you pair your solar panel system with a backup battery storage unit, you gain this independence.  All of your necessities — from lighting and appliances, to air conditioning and home security systems — can be immune to power outages.

Of course, the environmental benefits can also make you feel good about making the switch.  Choosing a renewable energy source allows your home and the community as a whole to become less reliant on fossil fuels and the power lines that crisscross the valleys. This helps to preserve natural spaces like Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Park, the Diablo Foothills, and all the places that make up what we love about Alamo. Streets should be lined with trees; not power lines.

Synergy Power is Your Team

At Synergy Power, we’ve been helping Alamo and other communities in the Tri-Valley area switch to solar for over 16 years.  It’s more than a business; it’s our passion.  We will work with you through the process beginning to end to ensure that you feel confident every step of the way.  Our crew has the expertise to create a custom solar power system that fits your family’s energy needs. We understand that there is no substitute for quality customer service.  Give us a call today and learn more about how you can make the switch to solar.

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