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10 Pros & Cons of Solar Energy for Your Home

Sky and Sun Out My Rear Window - Brooklyn By Steven Pisano, Licensed under CC https://www.flickr.com/photos/stevenpisano/10480881535/in/photolist-dNWrm7-aG4Vxk-4hhw7h-9nTgWF-dNQHGZ-dNQQie-dNQVxi-dMbBVA-f4De8p-bqRJM9-9WrKCo-9a5qCj-2jsYBj-82XHWc-bxYytE-8RrbZm-dNQDEK-cQZaUC-p1inFh-dNQCLx-dNQTLr-4coFu7-8VXw8f-8heUAA-93yDuz-gYafW4-ad9nR5-8YdHpj-42n4we-dcvVa7-dNWeQs-9yqaBn-bPwfE-6ZjfFm-9ytbom-f1z5xr-8YdHou-dtXiX4-hvoHrM-ecVa3Q-54XkYW-5ntoP6-3C79Di-4FE9UC-aaj7n1-5kMwcJ-dSUmsp-7EKheo-5BLLqz-9ZLd8M
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Hi everyone,

It seems like nowadays almost everyone wants to be green. Take a look at a piece I found on contractors.com about the Pros & Cons of Solar Energy in Your Home.

Cons:

1. Light Access

My wife and I once owned a home in sunny Southern California that we thought might be perfect for a rooftop solar installation—but we couldn’t make it work. Why? The peak of the roof of our house ran east to west, not the best alignment for maximizing solar panel effectiveness. If the peak of your roof runs south to north, then you’ll get the maximum amount of sun on both east- and west-facing ….

Read the full story here!

Source: http://pureenergies.com/

Source: http://pureenergies.com/

Cover Image: Sky and Sun Out My Rear Window – Brooklyn By Steven Pisano, Licensed under CC View Image

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