The “Project Sunroof” which came from the “20 percent project” initiative of engineering lead Carl Elkin, is said to be the next big thing in the solar industry as this will help people calculate the hours of sunlight per year and get estimates of the possible savings through 3D modeling. And with the continuous plummeting solar panel cost, this will become even beneficial to people because they will now have a clearer picture on the direction of their solar panel investments.
Norwich, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/25/2015 -- Recently, Google launched its latest project initiative where people will benefit from it. The "Project Sunroof" which came from the "20 percent project" initiative of engineering lead Carl Elkin, is said to be the next big thing in the solar industry as this will help people calculate the hours of sunlight per year and get estimates of the possible savings through 3D modeling. And with the continuous plummeting solar panel cost, this will become even beneficial to people because they will now have a clearer picture on the direction of their solar panel investments.
With the recent developments in "Project Sunroof", the people living in the San Francisco Bay Area, Fresno and Boston are encouraged to visit the Project Sunroof landing page and enter their addresses to see the amount of sunlight their house enjoy and the potential savings they will get if they install solar panels on their roofs. To make this project more beneficial not only to Google for the long term but to people around the world as well, they will add more cities in that project in the coming days until everyone can have a better insight of the efficiency of solar panels in their area.
The calculations utilized in this project initiative uses Google's aerial map database, 3D modeling of the rooftop were performed, any shadows that are casted by the trees and nearby infrastructures were considered before running it against the historical patterns of the cloud and temperature that could affect the production of solar energy as well as all the possible positions of the sun throughout the year. And once the gathered data are calculated, people will be able to see how much money they will be able to save if they leased, bought outright or loan solar panels for 20 years.
In checking the potential savings, interested users can use the slider that can be found in the landing page of Project Sunroof in determining how much of the area of the roof they want to cover with solar panels. According to Google, installation that covers less than 100% of the electrical usage is highly recommended because it was found that there's a small percentage of financial gain if more power will be produced than what is consumed. On the bottom of the result, users will be able to see local providers that could provide them solar panels. Yet, as of now, the number of areas that can use this Project Sunroof landing page is still limited as the Google Team are still working on the list of cities that will be included.
With this kind of project, Get Solar Prices highly encourage people to choose wisely the solar panel quotes that could help them further maximize the perks of having solar panels to produce energy for them.
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