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Updated on October 12, 2015

SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM for home and business

home RENEWABLE ENERGY using A SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM for home and business has created a new ”go solar-live green ’’ market for homeowners who have a desire to reduce electric utility cost. Homeowners living in the southwestern United States have an advantage to use a home solar panel system. The availability of the sun which is available for 80% of the time is a source to consider if investing in home solar panels .

Another reason to consider to generate your own renewable energy is that the source of the energy is free , reduces electric utility cost and in some cases the access power generated can provide additional income to the homeowner. Solar power kits are available in the marketplace for homeowners to build home solar panels that can save as much as 60% or more on their electric utility cost.

In today’s economy and because of the escalating price of electricity, environmental concerns of the government and consumers looking to finding ways to save money, low cost solar power panels to generate your own electricity seems to be a good option for many homeowners.

The future for the housing building industry will be a home solar power system utilizing the sun and the wind including wind generators, a solar generator including a solar water heater system.

So, how does one go about creating your own renewable energy source for your home or business? One way is to purchase a solar power kit that gives instructions on how to build your own system. Solar power panels can by built by inexperienced homeowners for under $300 in most cases rather than thousands of dollars. Building a solar panel system is an investment worth considering in today economy. For additional information visit power for home, Another marvelous ’’green energy’’

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The Federal government, local utility companies and state agencies can be contacted as to the availability of cash rebates, grants and tax credits for homeowners considering installing a home solar panel system. Before installing your system it would be wise to contact the local building department and investigate the building code requirement of your system prior to the purchase of a system. In some cases local home owners ( HOA ) associations prohibit a solar panel system due to a change in architectural appearance. The location of the solar power panels will be an important consideration to the success of a solar panel installation for a home or business.

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      Larry Wall 6 years ago

      There are days or weeks when the sun does not shine enough. You have to depend on your local utility. If the utility company has an investment in the community, and suddenly loses one fourth or more of his electrical sales because of using solar energy, will he not have to raise is per kilowatt charge so that he can maintain his facility and be available when the solar power is not enough.

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      JON EWALL 6 years ago from usa


      Solar Power, The Future Is Here

      a showcase for the Obama administration’s effort to create jobs

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      JON EWALL 6 years ago from usa

      Blown Away: Tracking stimulus grants for renewable energy

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      JON EWALL 6 years ago from usa

      Dennis AuBuchon

      ‘’US multinationals had a total investment figure of $49 billion in China While we are assured that such investments don't take jobs away from Americans, unemployment continues to climb, and our middle class continues to shrink into a poverty stricken mass’’

      The jobs will go offshore only because of government taxes and regulations in addition to higher labor cost here in the US. THAT TOO IS AN OLD STORY.”

      Check out this Series of articles tracking the stimulus money. By Russ Choma

      Blown Away: Tracking stimulus grants for renewable energy

      Have a good day, enjoyed the discussion.

      Ps Check the TV schedule for Sept. 7, 2011 and Sept. 8, 2011


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      JON EWALL 7 years ago from usa

      Dennis AuBuchon

      The Obama administration refusal to release drilling oil permits is inexcusable in these trying times.The US has more oil reserves than the oil producing nations in Saudi Arabia and the middle east.We import 44% of our oil.A barrel of oil was $108 and gas prices reached $4.00.We need to wake THE POLITICIANS IN WASHINGTON up to the needs of the nation.

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      Dennis AuBuchon 7 years ago

      Great information.

      To meet the energy needs of our country renewable and efficient energy sources are needed now and in the foreseable future. We must reduce our dependence upon energy sources outside our country. There are resources in our country that are not being utilized today and this must change.

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      Shane Belceto 7 years ago from WA USA

      yes wise tip shared about checking with local area before spending money .. here in our city limits they are against them right now .. I know totally silly .. but rules aare rules sheesh

      ~Expect Miracles

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      JON EWALL 7 years ago from usa


      your welcome! Thank you for stopping by.

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      msorensson 7 years ago

      Useful and informative especially where to go if you opt for the solar panels in new constructions.

      I am glad you put the readers on notice that some HOA will not allow it.

      Thank you Jon.


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