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1 Yvonne Ryszkowska October 22, 2010 at 11:34 am

Photo-voltaic cells

We are planning to install on our house. We wanted to use tiles if possible, so as to blend into the roof better.
Does anyone have any tips about how to find installer and which makes are most efficient and anything else we may need to take into account.

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