National Clean Fuels says its newly acquired subsidiary, China National Solar, is developing a new iPhone application called SolarGenie, which will enable consumers interested in solar energy to determine what electric utilities in their area purchase user-generated power and what the net-metering rates are for their local area.
The company says the app will help consumers determine whether installing a solar system is the right decision for them. The SolarGenie will also provide geographical efficiency data on what areas of the country are best for solar power. Finally, the app will include a database of solar suppliers, installers and professionals available to help consumers install solar power efficiently.
SOURCE: National Clean Fuels