Google on Monday launched project sunroof, a new online service that taps into Google’s growing capacities in satellite imagery and artificial intelligence to give consumers a comprehensive look at how much they would save by swapping their traditional power source for solar energy.
The project, currently available for residents of San Francisco, Boston, and Fresno, Calif., is the latest investment to tie Google to renewable energy sources – and solar in particular – and could be a step towards making solar power more accessible and easy to use.
“As the price of installing solar has gotten less expensive, more homeowners are turning to it as a possible option for decreasing their energy bill,” according to Google. “We want to make installing solar panels easy and understandable for anyone
How it works?
Just type in your address and project sunroof will create a 3D model of that location's roof structure.It then estimates how much sunlight that roof gets in one year and also shows how much you will save in coming years
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