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Declare Energy Independence With Solar (Just Shop Around First) — Episode 49 Of Local Energy Rules Podcast

The combination of falling prices and rising interest put rooftop solar on a strong trajectory. But even as solar goes mainstream, it’s tough for consumers to tell which installer, which panels, and which financing is right for them...
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