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Lynnea Urania Stuart

I am recommending this to my roomate who is planning to buy a house in Phoenix in 2 years and who plans to install solar panels. But I see nothing in the Time article that suggests when exactly this will be made available to the public, only that Dow expects a high return by 2020.

And will roof installers become integrated into this part of the solar industry, seeing that an owner need not replace all shingles to install the solar shingles? There are some aspects of who does what section in the building specification book which seem to defy logic. I can just see roofers now needing an electrical endorsement, when many roofers aren't electrically inclined at all.

Annie

Reinventing Europe means moving from a knowledge society to an innovation society. For citizens, this means releasing the potential of a broad range of ideas to solve real problems, to find real solutions. Innovation often happens when people from different backgrounds and countries put their ideas together to create new solutions. This new EU clip shows how you could reinvent Europe through innovation. Watch it!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1T-9uhIMwI

Cheers,
Annie

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