Published On: Mon, Aug 17th, 2015

Google’s Project Sunroof Tells You How Well Solar Would Work On Your Roof

Google now lets we see if your residence is a good claimant for installing solar panels. Project Sunroof, a 20 percent plan by Google engineering lead Carl Elkin, shows we how most solar energy your roof could beget regulating Google Maps and a information it has about a vicinity of your home. This means it can take into comment internal weather, your roof’s course and how most shade falls on it from circuitously trees and buildings.

Sadly, this now usually works in a San Francisco Bay Area, Fresno (which Google willingly tells us is in executive California) and Boston (a vital city on a East Coast, as distant as we are aware).

Project_Sunroof-listingTo get started, we simply block in your residence and some information about your monthly electricity bill, and a apparatus will tell we what a endorsed solar designation distance is and how most it would cost to buy or franchise a hardware.

In box we wish to go forward with a solar install, a apparatus also lets we strech out to internal solar providers. Google says these listings are sponsored, so chances are it’ll get a bit of a kickback when it generates a sales lead for these companies.



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