What to know about the first $500 million solar-powered homes

A new $500-million solar-based home is coming to market in the next two years.

The first homes built on the $2-billion project will cost around $2,000 to build and will be built on reclaimed land, says Axios’ Sarah Ransom.

This first wave of solar-enabled homes is part of a broader $2.5-billion initiative to build more homes on reclaimed soil in California and Nevada.

The homes are expected to be installed by 2019, making them one of the largest solar projects in the country.

The solar panels are expected be installed on reclaimed sand dunes in Nevada.

Solar-powered home A $2 million solar home is set to hit the market in 2019.

This solar-driven home is part-built on reclaimed property.

This is one of a series of solar homes to come.

The home is designed to look like a modern, high-tech, floating house.

This home is built on a reclaimed sand island.

It will have a solar panel system on the roof and solar panels on the walls.

The design is reminiscent of a floating home.

This house will be the first solar- powered home to be built in the US, but the project is expected to expand to other countries.

A new solar- based home is also set to come to market, and the first homes will cost about $2 to build.

The cost of the homes is estimated to be between $2 and $3 million.

A $3-million, solar- and wind-powered house is set for delivery in 2019, but this solar-built home will be sold at a discount, Ransom said.

This $2-$3 million solar house is one-of-a-kind.

This will be a unique design that is unique in the solar industry.

Solar power is becoming more mainstream in the U.S. but the technology is still in its infancy.

It is a small, lightweight device that requires little maintenance.

The technology is also very flexible, and it can be used in many different situations, Ranson said.

The biggest challenge of the solar energy industry is to scale it up.

Ransom noted that this first wave is part built on sand dune land and parts on reclaimed lands.

Solar panels will be installed as soon as 2019.

The $2m solar house that Ransom is describing will be one of about 10 solar-equipped homes to hit market in 2020.

The house is expected come on the market around the same time as the $500m solar-power project.

This second wave of homes is being built by the company Solar Roofing, which is partnering with solar developer Green Mountain Power to build the solar homes.

The second wave will include a solar-solar roof system, Riven said.