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Solar Power House – This month in Review, March 09

Again, we have scoured around the world wide web to bring the best on solar power house this month.

  • 1BOG or One Block Off the Grid : A grassroots movement to solarize entire San Francisco, one block at a time.

    Image Credit: Peter Arkle, The New York Times Co.

    Image Credit: Peter Arkle, The New York Times Co.

  • Sunnyside down please: Sane followers of solar power technologies, such as the readers of this blog, know that it’s as cheap as it is made out to be to convert to a solar power house. Read on about the adventure of this Economist blogger who is forced to go solar cool by his teenage daughter. He finds out that he picked up more than he had bargained for :-)

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