Ozarks Harnesses Sun’s Power

The quaint little wood-frame house with wraparound porch looks like many other small homes in suburbia. But then you realize something clearly is different. There are no rows of unsightly utility poles leading to the home and no power lines connected to it. The house on the Crowder College campus gets 100 percent of its energy from the sun, soaking up electricity and heat from solar panels that cover the roof. See the full article and photographs at the following link from the News-Leader.
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