Using an old American tradition to proliferate a new power source

By Kathie Zipp John Lyle is a NABCEP-certified electrical engineer with 35 years of experience in the energy industry. But his passion lies in solar.
Lyle knew the cool days, clear skies and state net-metering law in Durango, Colorado, made the area a good fit for solar. Most homeowners agreed but just couldn’t afford it.
While solar component prices have dropped drastically, labor still comprises roughly half the cost to have solar installed—and most homeowners lack the technical know-how to do it themselves. But Lyle had an idea to address both obstacles.
“People have always expressed the frustration that they’d like solar but can’t afford it,”

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