Solar panels don't make sense for all homes. Even houses on the same street can have dramatically different solar situations, depending on which way roofs face, whether trees are blocking the sun, and other factors. On just one street in Washington, D.C., one house could make $30,000 over the lifetime of the installation, another could return $11,000, and still another would find that solar saved its owner no money at all.
That analysis is according to David Levine of Geostellar, a company that's created a sophisticated house-by-house tool for assessing solar costs and benefits. It takes...
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