The viability of solar energy varies from location to location. In small geographic areas, not all locations make sense. Solar energy relies on large amounts of direct sunlight after all. An area with constantly cloudy weather or indirect sunlight won’t make sense for solar. For these areas, solar installation would cost too much money and wouldn’t produce enough energy. Ample sunlight leads to the exact opposite result, though.
Companies often assess the potential for solar power in areas before offering installation. However, property owners need to make the same determinations for themselves. A given homeowner might benefit from solar panels while their neighbors wouldn’t. Either way, solar provides countless benefits for the property owner and the environment. The cost of solar continues to drop as time goes on. If solar is an option in a given area, then it should be considered for installation and utilization.