How Much Can You Save by Installing a Residential Solar Energy System in Boston?

The primary determinant of solar energy resource potential, the amount of solar energy shining down on cities across the U.S., known as solar insolation, varies widely across the U.S. Among major North American cities, Boston, for example, received an average 3.58 kilowatt-hours per square meter per day (kWH/m2/day) of solar energy over the most recently published 10-year period. Honolulu, Hawaii topped the list, receiving an average 5.96 and Los Angeles ranked second at 5.4 kWh/m2/day. Anchorage, Alaska received the least, an average 2.09, while Montpelier, Vermont received an average 3.43 kWh/m2/day of solar energy, the second lowest.


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