The Corderre home in Vista, CA, showcasing a new 6.4 kW solar panel installation on an asphalt shingle roof

Project: Corderre Residence

The Corderre household in Vista, CA, has made a notable move towards sustainability by installing a 6.4 kW solar system on their asphalt shingle roof. This solar setup is expected to produce 10,563 kWh annually, signifying a significant step towards reducing the household’s carbon footprint and reliance on traditional energy sources. Over the next 25 years, the Corderres are anticipated to see savings amounting to $50,825. This investment not only reflects their commitment to an eco-friendly lifestyle but also promises substantial financial returns. The integration of solar panels on a conventional asphalt shingle roof demonstrates the versatility and adaptability of solar solutions to various home types, making it a compelling choice for homeowners looking to embrace renewable energy.

Total System Size

6.4 kW

Annual Output

10,563 kWh

25 Year Savings


CO2 Saved (Metric Tons)
Mature Trees Grown
Car Miles Driven