30 Aug '13, 2pm

Listen Up: What Solar Panels Should I Buy?

Over the past few years our industry has cranked up its marketing machine to convince both homeowners and installers to prefer and recommend their particular brand of solar panel. There are indeed differences in warranties, degradation rates and company balance sheets — but dwelling on these features is almost guaranteed to put a customer to sleep. On this week's Energy Show we'll talk about some of the more tangible differentiating factors among solar panels. What can you talk to your customers about without seeing their eyes glaze over? What really matters over the 25+ year lifespan of a system? And what probably won't make a bit of difference a dozen years from now in the year 2025? Tune in to this week's Energy Show on Renewable Energy World to hear Barry's take on solar panel features that are objective and can be validated — both by installers and homeowners. Find pa...

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