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    Part of the 7.2 kW system in Bayview, WI USA (South of Milwaukee, WI). This is very likely the largest residential solar installation in Wisconsin. This home also has a detached garage, and the south facing roof of the garage is totally covered with PV panels as well.

    This photo was taken during the fall of 2007 when I was on a tour of residential solar power installations in the Milwaukee area. It was so inspiring to see all of the small scale renewable projects that individuals are doing. It is my hope that the US government begins supporting these grass roots efforts on a much more meaningful scale in the very near future.

    It is "Time for Change." It is time for renewable energy to be taken seriously by government leaders in the US.

    pageandturner, ThePanelist, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ThePanelist 81 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing your photo! This photograph appears as a news story on our site, thepanelist.com in this article. We will give you full credit.

    2. marlies222 72 months ago | reply

      Hey, there. I've used your photo on my blog, www.solarfred.com. Thanks so much. (www.solarfred.com/2009/05/sun-run-ppa.html)

    3. satjiwan 68 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this available via creative commons. I'm not sure if it'll make it into print, and then on to the website, but i submitted your photo for use in the Takoma/Silver Spring Voice's Going Green column that i write.
      www.takoma.com/green/

    4. mjmonty 67 months ago | reply

      @satjiwan and @marlies222...no problem at all. I'm glad you've found it of use and I hope in some very small way it helps spread the lvoe for solar!

    5. jrickman1 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for making this photo available. I used it on my blog for an article promoting the use of solar heating. You can see it at Keep More Coin Dot Com

      Best regards,

      Joe Rickman

    6. ceo-me 58 months ago | reply

      mjmonty,
      Can i ask for your permission to use this photograph of yours...in my website??

      Hope you reply,

      Regards,
      ceo-me

    7. mjmonty 58 months ago | reply

      Ceo-me,
      Yes, please do use the image. Just link back to the image to give credit.

      Cheers!

      Matt

    8. ceo-me 58 months ago | reply

      mjmonty,

      Thanks you so much for the permission

      Regards,
      ceo-me

    9. cabo_wabo_shot 58 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I used it in my blog (which is basically just a public note-taking exercise) here: briscoblog.com/2010/07/types-of-solar-power-systems/

      Thanks,
      Brian

    10. mjmonty 57 months ago | reply

      @cabo_wabo_shot - thanks for the props. And thanks for letting me know you used my image...I enjoyed your post. Keep up the good work in spreading love for solar!!

    11. henryjones1983 56 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your photo has received the Amber Award from FotoVotr. It has been selected from the Flickr community because of its interest and popularity. For more information, please visit the FotoVotr Amber Group. We would be honored to have you join us!

    12. Mark Florence 51 months ago | reply

      mjmonty,

      Thanks for the photo. I used it on my blog where I talk about Photovoltaic Systems & the NEC

    13. ikseong 44 months ago | reply

      mjmonty.
      thanks for your great photo.
      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
      at 'Low carbon green growth expo 2011 in Korea'.
      i am writing now to ask for your permission to distribute your this photo.
      please give me your permission :)
      thank you.

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