Residential installations of solar panels jump to a new record high for the second quarter in a row

September 11, 2015 by  
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Solar power is having a banner year in the United States. We’ve already seen the price of solar power capacity hit one record low and then another . The latest record relates to the number of solar panels installed on American homes, which reached a new high in the second quarter of this year. This means there are now more solar panels on homes than ever before, and that the rate at which they were added is the fastest yet. Read the rest of Residential installations of solar panels jump to a new record high for the second quarter in a row

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Google’s Project Sunroof helps homeowners evaluate their own solar potential for free

August 18, 2015 by  
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Google has long focused on recognizing opportunities and seizing them. In its latest venture, Project Sunroof , the mega tech giant is taking that notion a step further by helping homeowners see and take advantage of opportunities —namely, the potential for solar power generation on their own rooftops. Project Sunroof allows users to punch in their address and get real (and rather sophisticated) illustrations of how many solar panels can be installed on their home and how much savings could be realized by taking the solar plunge. Read the rest of Google’s Project Sunroof helps homeowners evaluate their own solar potential for free

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Beautiful bakery in Ukraine brings back the look and familiarity of old European patisseries

August 18, 2015 by  
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Plug and Save DIY Solar Power System Makes Residential Green Energy More Accessible Than Ever

December 20, 2012 by  
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Solar power is a great option for those who want to generate green energy for their own home , but unfortunately, renters and apartment dwellers don’t always have the option to install solar panels. All of that is about to change, though, with Sun Invention’s Plug & Save Solar System, the world’s first mobile solar panel with built-in battery storage and inverter. Read the rest of Plug and Save DIY Solar Power System Makes Residential Green Energy More Accessible Than Ever Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Home Solar Power , Plug & Save , Plug and Save , Plug-in Solar Power , Residential Green Energy , residential solar energy , Sun Invention , Sun Invention Plug and Save

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