Greg Sargent, senior software engineer, and Andrew T. Smith, a senior engineering manager, are both from Florida.
The two have been working on a project to build a solar-powered home, and they’ve already started installing solar panels on their house.
The first step in getting the project off the ground is installing a solar panel on the back of the house.
“The panels have to be installed before you can start the solar installation,” said Greg.
When the project was in the works, Greg and Andrew decided to take a different approach. “
Once the solar panel is up and running, we can make sure the panels are connected to a power source.”
When the project was in the works, Greg and Andrew decided to take a different approach.
They didn’t want to just install solar panels.
“Instead of just putting them in the house, we wanted to make sure they were connected to some kind of power source,” Greg said.
They built a system that used solar panels to power the house and to monitor the grid.
They then connected the panels to the grid using a solar generator, which is essentially a generator that converts the electricity generated by the sun into electricity.
The system was tested in December 2016 and has so far been installed at 12 locations.
“It’s a fairly efficient way to get solar energy to the home,” said Andrew.
“Solar power has a lot of energy efficiency, so we figured that we could put it into the home, use it to make electricity and then have a little bit of money from it,” said Craig.
“We’ve seen that it’s a pretty good way to do it,” Greg continued.
“If you look at the cost of solar power and how much it costs, it’s very competitive, it has a lower upfront cost and there’s a lot more cost efficiency and flexibility than what’s been done before.”
Solar power is already a big part of our daily lives in the US.
The country is home to more than 6.7 million solar panels, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.
The company SolarCity is also looking at solar power in the United States, as it has signed deals with a number of states including California, Nevada and Arizona to install solar power projects.
Greg said they’re planning to go solar more in the future, with the goal of making a profit by the end of 2020.
“We’re looking at expanding into states like Arizona, New York and Michigan, as well as other states in the states,” he said.
“Ultimately, we’d like to expand into states in South America, and maybe even the Caribbean,” Greg concluded.