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SOLAR ENERGYDID YOU KNOW :SOLAR ENERGY FACTS?

SOLAR PANELS CAN PRODUCE POWER WITHOUT DIRECT SUNLIGHT

  • The sun is the most abundant source of energy for solar panels to absorb and convert into power, but it doesn’t need to be direct sunlight. Solar panels can capture different parts of the sun’s light spectrum. So, if the sun’s not directly beaming on the panels – or it happens to be a cloudy day – it doesn’t mean the hues reflected from the sky aren’t being captured and utilized by the solar panel cells to produce power.

 

 

 

 

 

 INVESTING IN SOLAR ENERGY CAN PAY FOR ITSELF

  • When you switch to a solar energy system, try not to take the initial price of installation at face value, because the overall amount you save in investing in solar power is actually where the value lies.

    After you’ve had your solar panels installed, you will no longer have to pay a heating or electric bill and, after time, the amount you save on the electricity bill (which averages $1,300 per household annually), will pay off your initial investment of installing a solar energy system.

    Additionally, those who buy solar panels could be eligible for a 30% tax break and some states even allow solar power owners to sell their excess solar energy – putting more money back into your pockets. They are even relatively low maintenance and getting a check-up is affordable.

 INSTALLING SOLAR CAN BE A COMMUNITY EFFORT

  • The concept of shared solar fits well in the ever-growing sharing economy that has risen in popularity over the past decade. Instead of homeowners installing their own solar panels, solar systems are being installed for entire communities to use to power their homes. So, why not talk to your neighbors and see who else wants to go solar on your block?

A SOLAR-POWERED HOME CAN REDUCE CO2 EMISSIONS BY 100 TONS WITHIN 30 YEARS

  • Solar power translates to clean energy production and you can reduce your carbon footprint significantly by installing a home solar power system.

    In other words, it’s not emitting the same pollution other energy sources typically do. The average U.S. household using a solar power system would reduce emissions by approximately eight pounds of sulfur dioxide, five pounds of nitrogen oxide and more than 1,400 pounds of carbon dioxide each month.

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