Red Bank Oaks
Off the Power Grid
Red Bank Oaks is approximately 1 1/2 miles beyond the local power grid in the southeast corner of the association and at least 3 miles beyond the local power grid along Balis Bell Road. With the current cost of new power extensions and limited Association funds, it is unlikely the grid will be extended to Red Bank Oaks properties anytime soon. Consequently, resident landowners generate their own power using alternative energy resources.
Power Generation Subsidy Program
Recognizing traditional power lines may never be a reality in Red Bank Oaks, the Board of Directors of 1995 implemented a Power Subsidy Program to assist landowners with generating power at their properties. The Power Subsidy Program is funded by a portion of cattle grazing funds set aside specifically to support power generation per CC&Rs, Article III, Management, paragraph 6.
Referral from a Fellow Landowner:
“We have discovered and have now conducted business with a company specializing in solar installations of all types. They are extremely competitive in their pricing (much less expensive than anyone in the immediate area) and are very competent. Knowing at least one of our neighbors has encountered problems with her system and the after-sale support, we wanted this information made available to others who might be looking into solar installations.”
The company is Roseville Solar Electric
Technology Makes it Easy!
Landowners are encouraged to research alternative energy resources thoroughly to fully understand all options available to them for generating power at their properties.
QUIET power generation is encouraged! Please help keep Red Bank Oaks a peaceful retreat!
The following websites offer excellent information on alternative energy:
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