Calculate Solar Power

FindSolar is a great resources for libraries to share with their patrons or use themselves!  This website offers lots of resources, location information on solar and allows users to determine the cost of adding solar to your home (including pools, spas and domestic hot water) based on location, climate and electric bills.  It offer info for both  residential and commercial through it’s a partnership with American Solar Energy Society, Solar Electric Power Association, Energy Matters and the US Dept of Energy.

Check out the Solar Maps area to find out where solar is currently located (or add your location if missing!), the learn of solar power incentives your area, to see how your state compares to others in regards to rebates and incentives, and even view a California heat map to see how solar installation has grown there in recent years.  The Solar Power Costs calculator will help you determine if solar energy will work for you.

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  1. I do wish that everyone will jump on the solar power bandwagon. This is something we all can do for ourselves at home… right now! Even if you rent you can remove some of the electrical burden for your home.

    Do-It-Yourself solar panels are simple to make and cost as little as under $200 per panel. There is no need to wait for the bureaucrats to figure out how they intend to set up and deliver solar power to our homes.

    Let’s not wait. Let’s get started now and cut down and maybe even eliminate the power companies from our lives and return to truly green living.

    Spinthyme

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