NewEnergyNews: A SOLARCITY LOOK AT PRESIDENTS 2016

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    Thursday, December 17, 2015

    A SOLARCITY LOOK AT PRESIDENTS 2016

    Election 2016: Which presidential candidate has the best home for solar?

    Barry Fischer, December 15, 2015 (SolarCity)

    “…These politicians are not just candidates for president…Like millions of other Americans, they’re also candidates to install solar panels on their roof and save money on their energy bill…We’ll leave it to the voters and pundits to pick the best candidates for Commander in Chief. But when it comes to identifying which candidates can save the most money by going solar, we can offer some insights…

    “[W]e considered…the amount of sunlight each candidate’s neighborhood receives…the friendliness of state and local policies…[and] the cost of conventional grid electricity in each candidate’s area…[A} strong solar candidate is one whose home receives plentiful sunlight, who lives in an area with friendly solar policies, and who currently pays a high price for grid electricity…

    “Will 2016’s presidential candidates – Republican and Democrat – realize the potential of their candidacy to go solar? At least a few of them stand to save big bucks…[and] at least one presidential hopeful will…move into a house that already comes equipped with a rooftop solar array…” click here for more

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