Residential Solar System with no upfront cost?

That's what Citizenre Corporation is offering. The largest solar panel manufacturing plant in the world will soon be online to create the newest and "world changing" photovoltaic whole house systems plunked down on roofs across the nation!

Currently it costs between $20,000 to $40,000 to install a top of the line solar electric system to a home, but Citizenre is changing all of that.

By building and installing tens of thousands of systems and building their proprietary systems from start to finish, Citizenre offers their complete systems at no cost to the consumer.
By agreeing to a long term "rental" contract the consumer's electric rate is locked in at the 2005 local rate and they will never pay more than they did in 2005.
Citizenre not only installs the system, but maintains it as well making solar available to the masses for the first time.
"This is going to change the electricity game for good" says Steve Oxier, one of Citizenre's newest
sales marketer.
"Citizenre even offers consumers an opportunity to have free electricity for 25 years via their unique referral program."
Al Gore's movie and slide presentation "An Inconvenient Truth" has brought this issue to the forefront and Citizenre is going to help change the world.

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Kipp & Zonen - DustIQ the novel soiling monitoring solution for solar panels

Kipp & Zonen - DustIQ the novel soiling monitoring solution for solar panels

Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.