Solar panels, measured and designed remotely using satellite images

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Last summer we spotted Roof Ray, an online service that uses Google maps to estimate a building's solar potential. California-based Sungevity takes the notion one step further by using solar imaging and existing satellite images to design solar panelling. Sungevity’s system means it cuts out visits to client homes to take measurements and make draft plans; speeding up process, saving customers a bit of cash, and also reducing carbon emissions. Interested customers can request a free iQuote. Staff then set to work with satellite images to measure the available roof space, determine the tilt and direction of the roof, and…

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