Bill Webster’s house has the 10.1 kW, 40-panel array. It went online in June 2012 in Frederick, Md. Since then, it has yielded an average 1,100 kWh per month, enough to cover 100 percent of the consumer’s electricity demand. It even powers the family's electric car.
Bill Webster’s house has the 10.1 kW, 40-panel array. It went online in June 2012 in Frederick, Md. Since then, it has yielded an average 1,100 kWh per month, enough to cover 100 percent of the consumer’s electricity demand. It even powers the family's electric car. Bill Webster The Associated Press
Bill Webster’s house has the 10.1 kW, 40-panel array. It went online in June 2012 in Frederick, Md. Since then, it has yielded an average 1,100 kWh per month, enough to cover 100 percent of the consumer’s electricity demand. It even powers the family's electric car. Bill Webster The Associated Press

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