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    White House Starts Rooftop Solar Energy Initiative for Subsidized Housing

    Rooftop solar energy has undergone a boom in recent years thanks to a decrease in the cost of solar photovoltaic panels and increasing concern about global warming caused by carbon-based fossil fuels. However, despite these facts and government subsidies, rooftop solar only contributes one percent to the energy needs of the United States. Moreover, rooftop

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    Financial Benefits of Going Solar

    While globally, many consider a solar panel first and foremost an environmental investment, there are actually many financial benefits that make going solar a sound monetary investment as well.  From savings on energy bills to government incentives, every day more and more Americans are choosing to invest in solar energy. First, there is the obvious savings on

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    Residential Solar is Booming in 2015!

    For years solar power has been considered a niche industry, and one that was only available to people who were both wealthy and ecologically minded. However, in the year 2015 solar power is one of the fastest growing industries in America according to PV-Tech, and residential solar is leading the pack. Residential Solar: A (Mostly)

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    How Using Solar Energy Leads to a Lower Overall Environmental Impact

    When it comes to making sweeping positive change, it is often the first steps that have the most lasting effect. They result in the proverbial ripple effect. Choosing to lessen one’s personal environmental impact can be an intimidating endeavor, but an act as simple as adding roof-top solar panels to a home can lead to other environmentally

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    Thousands Of Homeowners Now Embracing Roof Top Solar

      Roof top solar installations across the United States are quickly growing in number as more homeowners understand the many benefits. In the first quarter of 2015 alone, there were approximately 66,000 new installations, according to a market report compiled by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). There are now over 700,000 rooftop solar systems in the U.S.,

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    Find Out What Roof Top Solar Can Do For You Today!

    The idea of installing solar panels on the roof is appealing for a lot of reasons. Maybe you want a smaller energy bill at the end of the month, or you think you could actually generate more power than you use, which would allow you to sell it back to the grid. Maybe you want

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