Veranda Solar’s Affordable Residential Solar Panels

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If you’ve looked into decking your home out with solar panels, you’ve probably discovered the sad reality that it is basically unfeasible for anyone to go solar at home. Just fitting a roof can cost upwards of $30,000! So two Stanford University students decided to make an affordable solar panel company as part of their Master’s project.Veranda Solar Panels

If you’ve looked into decking your home out with solar panels, you’ve probably discovered the sad reality that it is basically unfeasible for anyone to go solar at home. Just fitting a roof can cost upwards of $30,000! So two Stanford University students decided to make an affordable solar panel company as part of their Masters project. Their invention is a solar starter kit, which starts out with a panel for about $600, with the opportunity to add on as many new panels as you want when you have the money available. The packages will ship with everything a homeowner would need to mount the panels themselves. Check out Veranda Solar‘s official page for more information on the company and what you can do to pick up a solar package of your own.

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