Virtual Net Metering Increases Solar Market Potential

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Many of you have already heard that it’s not practical/possible for most people to install solar systems on their rooftops. This is misleading, and the reason for it is that many people don’t own their homes outright — they can’t install solar panels on other people’s property, unless they receive permission to do so. But that doesn’t mean their roof couldn’t sport a nice solar power system.

One potential solution to this issue is quite simple: The homeowners/landlords can choose to furnish the houses with solar panels and charge the tenants a recurring monthly fee.

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