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A Moment in my Mind

Growing up in Los Angeles, California in the 1980s, I had little-to-no exposure to some of the modern amenities that are becoming more and more prevalent. Back on the west coast (well, Nevada…Pacific Time counts, right?), I am more in touch with the life that I left, and while the view from that of a five-year-old may not have changed too much, the mindset of the parents is as elastic as ever, adapting to new technologies to keep up with their kids.

But one such technology that, along with many others, is becoming more affordable, is not handheld. In fact, it’s as big as a house (sometimes). Of course I’m talking about solar power.

In doing some research for a friend who is interested, I came across some interesting info, not the least of which being the amount of money you can get back from the government! So here are…

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