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What would some of the world's most iconic landmarks look like with solar panels?

Celebrating Independence Day with a Solar Design for George Washington

In honor of Independence Day, we used Aurora software to design a solar installation for George Washington's home, Mount Vernon.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

Solar for "Canada’s House"— A Design for Rideau Hall

In our Solar Landmark series, we use Aurora’s solar design software to ‘travel’ to famous landmarks and investigate their potential for solar energy.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

A Supernatural Solar Roof for the Winchester Mystery House

The Winchester Mystery House is an eerie public attraction in San Jose, CA- but with a Tesla Solar Roof could it also be a showcase of solar innovation? We used Aurora software to find out.

Marion WellingtonMarion Wellington

Solar Landmarks: A Solar Design for Buckingham Palace

In our Solar Landmarks series, we “travel” to famous landmarks and investigate their potential for solar energy generation. Today, we explore a solar design for Buckingham Palace, using Aurora's solar design and financial analysis tools.

Samuel AdeyemoSamuel Adeyemo

Landmark Solar Design: The White House

How the White House could use its entire roof space to generate solar to power the president's entire offices and residence.

Gabrielle CosetengGabrielle Coseteng