By Tim Henderson
According to a new study just published in the journal Nature Climate Change, California apparently could get all of the electricity that it currently uses from nothing other than rooftop solar and parking lot solar installations. Sandbar Solar has accomplished many solar projects in commercial work, where businesses had solar done on their roofs, and even parking lot installations, such as the Plantronics parking lot. Imagine the energy we could produce if more businesses, or shopping centers went solar on roofs or parking lots. This could make a huge difference as well as participating in renewable energy resource!
Tim has worked in the solar industry since 2008. He has a Master's Degree in Energy Resources Engineering from Stanford University. His years of experience include working on solar energy projects for both homes and commercial properties. Tim enjoys sharing his knowledge of this evolving industry and making a difference in his community.
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