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This project, which is based on Google Maps and helping people to determine whether anticipates the purchase of a solar system for them or not.
You know yes probably Google’s 20 percent rule, right? So much time they allowed to spend so that employees at Google, promote their own projects. Project Sunroof arose precisely from this 20 percent, as Carl Elkin – reported on Google’s Green Blog – responsible for Project Sunroof.
Why is this? To solar energy or rather: to the hurdles that have to take a homeowner in the US, to find out if it is worth investing in a solar system – or rather not. How does it work? Using a map, or rather Google Maps-based map. There, the interested homeowners can look to find out with the help of high-resolution aerial maps, how many hours of sunshine can be expected in the year on its roof.
But Google not only transmits this information, but it also demonstrated how many solar panels fit on the roof and how much money you can save if one switches to solar energy. But people engaged not only the question of the cost and whether you live in the right area, but also how to get installed at all the fun. Even as helping Google and arranged on request directly to the companies locally based, to make it the new customers as pleasant as possible.
The homeowner saves energy costs, the companies get new customers and Google mediation looks set to be rewarded – nice idea, when apparently all benefit. Thus Google makes its “threat” again a bit true: namely, the world is gradually a little more enjoyable. Available Project Sunroof is first and foremost in the Bay Area on the west coast and in Boston, where the person in charge of the project originates.