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Wednesday, 27 January 2016 10:57

Google's Sunroof for Solar Skeptics

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The capabilities of today's technology is absolutely amazing, and just keeps improving day after day. Google has recently launched it's newest non-searchable venture called Google Sunroof.

If you are a skeptic about solar power and it's benefits then this website is for you.

Right now it is only available in a few areas, but someday soon they could be analyzing the solar potential of every building in the country.

It works by taking an address and calculating the average amount of hours-per-year of sunlight for that particular rooftop. 

It then gives you an analysis of how many solar panels you could fit in that location as well as the amount of money you could potentially save by installing them.

There is still a lot of skepticism and ignorance when it comes to solar energy.

People just don't appreciate the amount of money they could save over the long term or the volume of solar power that is currently bouncing off their roofs, unused.

This website aims to eliminate the skeptics and ignorance while showing them what they are missing out on!

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