Published on November 2nd, 2012 | by Chelsea2
Solar Panels On Habitat For Humanity Homes In CA
November 2nd, 2012 by Chelsea
It’s solar Friday around these parts (job growth! innovation! sabotage!), with the news getting more and more awesome. Solar isn’t just for the rich, and it doesn’t only belong on skyscrapers and McMansions, but also on homes for families who qualify for Habitat for Humanity.
PG&E has donated about $1.7 million in the form of solar panels for 64 Habitat homes in the Bay Area. The solar paneled homes generate about 300 kilowatt hours a month and cause a yearly reduction in utility bills of about $500.
Overall, Habitat for Humanity is no environmental slouch these days, recently registering its 100th LEED certified home in Michigan.
Source: Solar Power World
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