Over the past few years, Sierra Club has joined solar installation and energy efficiency companies to encourage our members and supporters to consider upgrading their homes with solar and other devices. It’s the right thing to do. Here in Texas we are working with Native to encourage our members to go solar, as well as make their homes more energy and water efficient. Also turns out it increases the value of those homes. A new study finds that such homes increase their value by some $16,500 with a 3 kw system and sell faster. Turns out people like solar.
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