Google's Project Sunroof

If you’ve ever thought about getting solar panels on your house but worried about whether it was worth it, Google may now have just the thing to help you decide.
In a new expansion of its Project Sunroof, Google has built 3-D models of rooftops in all 50 states, looked at the trees around people’s homes, considered the local weather, and figured out how much energy each house or building can generate. A home owner goes to the website, inputs their address and gets an assessment of the potential for energy-saving solar panels.
Check it out:
https://www.google.com/get/sunroof#p=0
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