Don't walk on solar panels unless you really need to. They cost a lot of money, and you don't want to inadvertently damage them. Do not walk on the ends, as they are the most unstable parts.
http://KCLau.com William Lean, managing director of Solar Bebas Sdn. Bhd. shared about the grant from Renewable Energy Fund in Malaysia, for citizens who …
While solar panels can continue to work on days when it is not sunny, you should not have them installed if you live in an area that is cloudy most of the time. The amount of energy you save with them will not be worth the amount you paid for them.
You should always have a lease transfer option if you lease the solar energy system versus purchasing it outright. If your home is sold, you will need to have this option handy. If you can transfer it to the new owners, you'll be fine.