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Google's Project Sunroof highlights huge solar potential of US homes

Google's Project Sunroof has now analyzed around 60 million buildings

Back in 2015, Google launched a clever venture called Project Sunroof that used Google Maps data to assess the solar potential of individual roofs, giving homeowners a better idea of whether or not they should take the plunge. From humble beginnings in a few select cities the project has now expanded to cover every US State, and the data collected in the process makes a compelling case for solar indeed.

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Category: Environment

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  • Solar Power
  • Google
  • Renewable Energy
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