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  1. #11
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    Default Re: solar panels on roof

    The payback time I've seen in Md. is around 40 years. Way mare than the lifespan of a panel. Tax incentives or grants may lower that, but that just means someone else (taxpayers) is footing the bill.

  2. #12
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    Thumbs up Re: solar panels on roof

    you can check solar-stand.com site to explore variety of renewable energy products including solar system kits and wind power kits.

    Regards,
    lulelu
    At solar-stand.com

  3. #13
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    Default Re: solar panels on roof

    Because of oversupply of solar panels, pricing has dropping to the rocket bottom. With better than ever federal tax credit and state rebate (depend on where you live), you could pay off the system in 2-3 years. Feel free to check pre-package grid-tie system from dmsolar.com, http://www.dmsolar.com/solar-gridtie-system.html

    http://www.dmsolar.com/

  4. #14
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    Default Re: solar panels on roof

    Hi
    The cost is totaly depends on the size of your home ..The size of your house is largely irrelevant, but you’ll need to look at your recent electric bills and decide how much energy you use in a given month (on average) and how much direct sunlight you get. A rough range for upfront costs, including installation, for solar panels, inverter box, wiring, etc., is approximately $30-40,000 for a single family house, if you are looking to entire replace grid-based electricity with solar energy...

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