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Solar Power Potential with Dana Weinberg – [The Tim Faller Show] Ep.139

Solar Power Potential with Dana Weinberg – [The Tim Faller Show] Ep.139

Solar power is becoming increasingly popular and is being seen in more and more new, and existing construction.  The cost of it is coming down and the government is taking steps make it more affordable, therefore making it more appealing to property owners. 

Dana Weinberg, Sales and Finance Director of Sunwatt Solar, joins Tim and Steve in this episode to talk about the benefits of solar power and rebates available for home and business owners.

Tim, Steve and Dana talk more about:

  • The benefits of solar power energy
  • Data and software used by solar power companies
  • How to get involved with solar power companies
  • The importance of consulting with a solar company to create great results
  • And more…

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