Solar Power is Getting Hotter

April 30, 2014 - News

“According to a Redfin report highlighting the top neighborhoods for green homes, the median sale price of homes with green features was $47,600 higher than for homes without green features…

But some people are still hesitant to jump on the solar bandwagon. The World Wildlife Fund debunks several common myths about solar here…”

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“..most homeowners don’t need to go full-certification or install pricey features like solar panels to see the positive impact of green home design on home values or energy bills.

‘There’s a surprising amount of things people can do to green and save money in the process that are under $1,000,’ said Lino Carosella, an EPA-certified renovator and owner of Philadelphia-based Carosella Design Build Ltd…”

 

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