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    A huge array of photovoltaic modules (solar panels) somewhere in California.

    Capt. Hops, elenawrelton, JustLeo, and 35 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Dave Dugdale 53 months ago | reply

      Wow great shot with the sun.

    2. CheeseWiz205 51 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this photo for a magazine cover. Please let me know how much it would cost. You can contact me at monte.hanson@state.mn.us.

    3. Mtrinczek 38 months ago | reply

      Great photo! I was hoping I could use it for a school paper? email is migueltrinczek@hotmail.com. Thanks!

    4. Crown Boiler 37 months ago | reply

      Would like to use this in a website. How can I contact you? For now I will attribute.

    5. KelseW 37 months ago | reply

      Could I use this picture for a video that I am making as a journalism student? kelsew@stanford.edu

    6. ejarrell 36 months ago | reply

      I'd like to use this image at blog.dabassoc.com/ for a piece on the Top Ten Solar Powered States. Will attribute

    7. solarcells101.com 36 months ago | reply

      Nice looking Solar panels, And great picture
      thanks for sharing this
      David www.solarcells101.com

    8. ricotao 34 months ago | reply

      Great pic, well done. It has been used to illustrate an article about green jobs and the social economy on www.greenforyou.be, with Credit for Flickr and yourself. Many thanks !

    9. ikseong 32 months ago | reply

      Hi living off grid.
      i'm running student-based reporting group SolarFollowers
      and i'd like to use this photo for our magazine.
      the magazine is received by spectators free in .
      i am writing now to ask for your permission to distribute your this photo.
      please give me your permission :)
      thank you.

    10. Paula_Summerwind 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you. It's a beautiful picture. I included it at The Green Inefficiency with proper acknowledgement.

    11. Cat Cam 31 months ago | reply

      Great shot! I have used it in my blog - see here: catherinefeltham.wordpress.com/2011/10/17/my-first-radio-...

    12. henri98 25 months ago | reply

      Really nice photo!

      Could I use it for a solar panel article here: solar panel installation

      Thank you

    13. aw.henry 25 months ago | reply

      Very nice photo!

      Is it possible to use it for our project brochure in Europe?

      Please email me if you can: amy.henry@ppaenergy.co.uk

      Many thanks,
      Amy

    14. MelissaMarieFarley 22 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo! It will be featured on a post on dobsonranch.azcentral.com

    15. Kevin Romero2 22 months ago | reply

      Hi this is an awesome photo. Would love to use for my start up solar company in the denver metro area. Business cards, flyers website etc. Will post all credit to u on the website n brochures be hard to on a business card??? Let me know ur thoughts n feelings. you can email me at kevinromero2@yahoo.com thank you very much!

    16. Blog Energía Sostenible 20 months ago | reply

      Very nice picture that has been included in the post about grid-off electrical consumption (in spanish)

      www.blogenergiasostenible.com/autoconsumo-electrico-podri...

      Thank you very much

    17. YC3GLG7Y 15 months ago | reply

      Thanks. I used this on my website. The image has a link to the source.

      electriccloset.com/?page_id=60

    18. ChuckStevens12 14 months ago | reply

      This is a really great photograph, you definitely managed to capture the beauty of solar panels! Solar energy is so important for our future so it's great to see it captured in such an aesthetically pleasing way. I just consulted with a company in the area so I can start using solar energy in my San Francisco home. Hopefully it will be all set up within the next month!

    19. Sam Allen2 12 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful picture! I would love to find some good looking solar panels in Honolulu. I think there is so much we can do to help the planet.

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