February 2012
Electrical Wholesaling;Feb2012, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p12
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The article offers information on Solar Roofpods, designed by a team of architecture and engineering senior students, which consumes zero energy and generates excess solar energy, which can be stored or redistributed to other tenants.


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