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    Thursday, August 31, 2006

    POLL: PEOPLE WANT SUN

    Results of a spring, 2006, poll commissioned by Sharp Electronics show a strong market for solar energy:

    - 79% of Americans feel that homebuilders should offer solar power as an option for all new homes…
    - 84% of Americans 25 to 49 supported solar on new homes; 69% over 65 agree.

    - Those living in the south and west are more likely to favor solar on new homes (83%) than those living in the Midwest or Northeast (74%)…
    - After being told that solar homes have a proven higher resale value, 64% would be willing to pay more for a home with a solar system…
    - 73% believe that solar technology is more important today than ever…
    - 42% say that saving money on monthly utility bills is the most compelling argument for installing solar power. 31% said it was to decrease the nation’s dependence on oil. 18% said it was to reduce environmental pollution…

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