Solar Power More Popular With Office Buildings Than The Average American Home [Headlines]

Solar Power More Popular With Office Buildings Than The Average American Home [Headlines]
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A study shows that Americans aren't so keen on outfitting their homes with solar panels that could be used to produce carbon dioxide-free electricity.

Caroline Ku
  • 16 august 2011

It seems like the ultimate in green technology for an emissions-savvy citizen of the 21st century: solar panels on your roof, providing carbon dioxide-free electricity whenever the sun is shining. But as huge utility-scale solar and wind projects continue to make news and the economy continues to struggle, the state of the residential solar sector in the United States remains decidedly mixed. Dave Levitan/The Guardian.

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