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Happy birthday to us: Incredible but true: Interesting Thing of the Day is 10 years old! A friend of mine recently installed solar panels on his roof to generate electricity. They were quite expensive, but my friend considers it an investment that will pay for itself in lower electricity bills over a period of decades. Of course, the panels generate electricity only when the sun is shining. The house is still conne... Source: itotd.com

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