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Solar Panel Installations on Existing Structures

Tim D. Sass; Pe; Leed

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energy supplies has resulted in a large in-crease in solar panel
installations across the country. For many sites the most eco-nomical
solar panel installation uses existing, southerly facing rooftops.
Adding solar panels to an existing roof typically means increased
loads that must be borne by the building-s structural elements. The
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panel installation is properly supported by an existing structure and
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