By Adler Albrecht. Solar Power. Published at Sunday, August 11th, 2019 - 23:45:13 PM.
Here are a few solar energy facts that might help you decide in considering converting your residential grid consuming homes in using renewable solar energy to meet your daily energy needs. An average household consumes roughly around 9-15kWh of energy daily. If a square foot of solar panel can produce 15W, a 700 sq foot solar panel can give you around 10.
Believe it or not the history of solar energy goes back over 2,000 years to the Greek and Roman ages who were the first civilization to actually plan their houses to make the best use of the suns rays, for both light and heat.
Millions of energy-conscious people around the world have risen to the need to use alternative energy sources to power their homes and businesses. Renewable solar energy is pollution-free, reliable, easily obtainable, and free.
The sun is the life that gives the force of our existence. The solar energy, the light and the heat radiated by the sun, are what feeds us, wrap and provide the average ones to for our shelter. Nevertheless, the renewable solar energy can provide much more with us.
You can use renewable solar energy to power your home or office for free. Using the information in this article will save you hundreds of dollars each month.
Because I am essentially a kid at heart, I visited the Energy Kid’s Page of the Energy Information Administration to learn more about solar energy. It starts off friendly enough, then, without warning or proper disclosure, the Energy Kid’s Page sent me back to college for my PhD in electronics. I translated the page’s EngineerSpeak in simple words you and I can digest … Find out about solar energy the Kid-Friendly way.
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