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    Grid-Tie Solar System.

    Project: 3 Trees
    Location: Eagle Rock, California
    Description: Addition and remodel to a residence. The house was built around three trees. The project includes: grey water recycling, storm water capture, recycled coal fly ash concrete, solar energy, recycled lumber, passive cooling, thermal rock wall, and mobile shade panels.

    jeremy levine design

    derekmarkham, steadfastfinances, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. derekmarkham 65 months ago | reply

      Cool shot.

      I used it here: ecochildsplay.com/2008/12/27/a-negawatt-is-always-cheaper... and linked back.

      Thanks for putting it under the CC license!

    2. Jeremy Levine Design 65 months ago | reply

      Nice article on energy efficient living- glad the photo was useful. The panels are even better. The white backing layer, visible between the hexagonal cells, bounces light up into the back of the solar cells increasing energy production by 15%.

    3. marlies222 59 months ago | reply

      Hey, there.

      I used your wonderful photo for my solar blog, www.solarfred.com.

      The actual post is:

      www.solarfred.com/2009/06/prices-coming-down.html

      Thanks!

    4. RumpledElf 58 months ago | reply

      Hi, I've used your photo as part of a site decal on a sustainability forum - I've credited you on www.simplesustainable.com/topic/27-welcome-to-simple-and-... - thanks!

    5. green talk 48 months ago | reply

      Great photo. I enjoyed looking at your other photos as well. I used your photo for the following article:

      www.green-talk.com/2010/05/03/competence-the-next-phase-o...

    6. Mark Florence 48 months ago | reply

      Jeremy,

      Thanks for the cool pic. I used it in a post explaining the reasons why homemade solar panels shouldn't be installed on a home: brawnhumus.com/make-solar-panels-home/

      Thanks,

      Mark

    7. The Evil Garden Gnome 48 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot. I've used an altered version of your pic for the banner on a class assignment. I've attributed the photo with a link to this page in a HTML comment in the page source.

      Link to the site. The site may not be posted until tonight.

      EDIT: Link is live. Sorry for the wait.

    8. ZacharyShahan.com 46 months ago | reply

      nice shot, amazing how hard it is to find shots like this with a CC license. this one's excellent

      using it here: cleantechnica.com/2010/07/17/spain-opens-largest-solar-po...

    9. Ray's DIY Solar panels 36 months ago | reply

      Incredible how such a great picture can be taken with an iphone. But looks like it was shot at evening time, as it looks a little dark. But overall, I like the squary solar cells and the whole ornament. If you would like to build diy home solar panels yourself, then visit my blog.

    10. cowrin 29 months ago | reply

      Nice photo! I've used it on my blog suitablydespairing.blogspot.com

      Thanks for using Creative Commons!

    11. HYD H 29 months ago | reply

      Hey, very nice photo you have here. I´m using it on a college paper, and I´m giving you credit for it.

      Thank you!

    12. Jeremy Levine Design 29 months ago | reply

      Gladly and best of luck on paper.

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