Customer Videos Of SolarCity Installation

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Those interested in seeing what the installation process of a SolarCity solar photovoltaic (PV) system looks like may appreciate the videos posted below. They’re fairly interesting and give a view of things that you can’t get just from first-party advertising materials.

The videos were posted on the Tesla Motors Club forum by member “ggnykk” with this preface:

“There are very strong interest in this community about installing solar panels. I came across these Youtube videos that was made by a SolarCity customer which walk us through everything from start to finish in extreme details. Thought that I would post it here in case some of you want to know. By the way, the video quality can be better, but all the info provided are great.”

Of course, we don’t know yet how this might change now that Tesla has acquired SolarCity.

Anyways, worth a watch in my opinion if you are considering the company:

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