DoE Labs Compare PV Installed Costs in U.S., Japan

A new report from NREL and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory finds per-watt installation costs in Japan are lower than in the United States because of lower costs for customer acquisition, design, permitting and inspection, and labor – except for residential mechanical labor, because tile roofs are expensive to penetrate.  Read the report


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