Solar panels on pergola - what a good idea! Seems like it would blend in much better than a few random solar panels on a roof

Solar panels on pergola - what a good idea! Seems like it would blend in much better than a few random solar panels on a roof

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A new generation of rooftop solar energy collectors is here, and they’re not the huge, cumbersome solar panels we’re used to.

A new generation of rooftop solar energy collectors is here, and they’re not the huge, cumbersome solar panels we’re used to.

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♂ Masculine & elegance This extraordinary yacht by Gray Designs is 75-meters in size and decked out with the best of technology and design. Features a car showroom, retail space, entertaining room and a roof with built-in solar panels that double as a helicopter landing pad. On the engine side, it boasts a 630-horsepower V12 engine, making quick getaways a breeze. Original from http://airows.com/xhibitionist-superyacht-by-gray-designs/

♂ Masculine & elegance This extraordinary yacht by Gray Designs is 75-meters in size and decked out with the best of technology and design. Features a car showroom, retail space, entertaining room and a roof with built-in solar panels that double as a helicopter landing pad. On the engine side, it boasts a 630-horsepower V12 engine, making quick getaways a breeze. Original from http://airows.com/xhibitionist-superyacht-by-gray-designs/

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Sun Roof: Solar Panel Shingles Come Down in Price, Gain in Popularity

Sun Roof: Solar Panel Shingles Come Down in Price, Gain in Popularity

One of the biggest reasons for solar's renewed popularity has to do with aesthetics. In the 1970s, going solar meant mounting panels the size of ping-pong tables in cumbersome racks on your roof. But in the past five years, the industry has become more architecturally savvy, offering up solar-powered shingles that blend almost seamlessly with traditional roofing materials. | Tiny Homes

One of the biggest reasons for solar's renewed popularity has to do with aesthetics. In the 1970s, going solar meant mounting panels the size of ping-pong tables in cumbersome racks on your roof. But in the past five years, the industry has become more architecturally savvy, offering up solar-powered shingles that blend almost seamlessly with traditional roofing materials. | Tiny Homes

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The Tiny Solar House is a 210-square-foot off-grid tiny house on wheels powered by six 280-watt photovoltaic panels.
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We've been living off the grid in an RV for 10 months now and finally got started with solar power by investing in portable solar panels! A great solution for us.

We've been living off the grid in an RV for 10 months now and finally got started with solar power by investing in portable solar panels! A great solution for us.

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