As energy rates continue to climb and more people are concernedabout climate change, adding solar energy to homes and businessesseems to be a more viable option. And technology has improved sothat you can still use the panels even if you don’t have a southernexposure, which is ideal. In some cases you may be able to installthe panels in your yard instead of on the roof.

But are there specific insurance issues that potential solarcustomers need to be aware of?

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Rosalie Donlon is the editor in chief of ALM's insurance and tax publications, including NU Property & Casualty magazine and NU PropertyCasualty360.com. You can contact her at [email protected].