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Tesla Solar Panels and Why You Want Them

By The Marsh Household

Since the beginning of technology, solar panels have remained an elusive goal for the mass consumer.

Their clunky frames typically resting in protrusion atop roofs and balconies, candescent eye-soars that forced early adopters and climate hedonists to bite their tongues for decades.

Until today. Until the forcing function known as Elon Musk threw his hat in the ring of solar innovation, ushering into existence the answer to the last 20 years of abysmal consumer solar panel usage.

The day has arrived where homeowners can install solar roofs that look like, well – roofs. A compact layer of solar absorption rests within tiny slitted tiles, unmistakable from a high-end flat shingle. Aesthetic breakthroughs aside – the real story is in their power.

An entire roofing area can be covered, regardless of angle and structure. Perfect positioning, an industry plague that saw panel buyers calculating light ratios for which roof square to choose for optimal power, is long gone. Entire roof coverage nullifies these industry concerns so all roofs can benefit from the power of the sun.

Not only do these panels save the only environment we call home, they save you lots of money. When solar power becomes stored in Tesla Panels, it doesn’t just stay there. These panels send this power back into the grid, acting as power credit against your usage. If you continue to use less power than you’re saving, you will actually be earning capital in the form of energy. This innovation alone has the power to change your life.

Like all innovations, solar panels have moved historically slow, and then all at once. Now is the time to join the solar power revolution, alongside myself, Elon Musk, and Tesla Solar Panels!

As we wait on a quote from Tesla Solar and explore other Solar companies, here’s what we’ve learned from Solar X:

Written by The Marsh Household

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