By Ailbe Schulze. Solar Power. Published at Friday, August 16th, 2019 - 18:48:15 PM.
These days the demand by the people for renewable solar energy for home power is increasing by the day. Recent soaring energy costs show no sign of coming back to earth.
There is enough energy from the sun striking our planet each day to meet the energy needs of the Earth for hundreds of years. It is a free, clean energy source that never runs out. Learn more about why we need to invest in solar energy and break free from our dependency on foreign oil.
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.
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 whole point of renewable energy is to save money and have as small an impact on the earth as possible. And one of the most effective ways to do that won’t cost you a dime – in fact, it will save you money. By cutting waste and using less electricity in the first place, you can reduce your electric bill immediately.
In these tough economic times more and more people are looking for ways to reduce their bills. One way is to use solar energy to heat your home. With just a few steps you can take advantage of the energy from the sun that strikes your home every day. You can save some green by going green.
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