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Why Choose Solar Energy?

  • 1Solar energy is renewable. We never have to worry about running out of sunlight or using it all up. The sun is a consistent power source meaning it’s always going to there every day.

  • 2 Solar energy is environmentally friendly. Compared to fossil fuels which release greenhouse gases, carcinogens and carbon dioxide. Solar cells don’t release anything into the air.

  • 3Solar panels are extremely reliable. There are no moving parts so you don’t have to worry about replacing anything. In fact most people generate electricity for 1000s of hours with little or no maintenance.

  • 4Solar cells make no noise while collecting energy. These are no other renewable energy sources that are completely silent.

  • 5In the long run solar is chapter than buying it from the power company there is a start up a cost, but then its start playing for itself. Once you break even, everything after that is profit Compare this to paying a monthly bill and getting no return on investment.

  • 6There is a huge variety of solar panel systems available some can cost tens of thousands of dollars and some cost just a couple hundred. This means anyone can get into solar, there’s entry point for just about everyday.

  • 6You’re not required to connect to the power grid you can be completely self-sufficient and live off-the-grid Imagine never paying another monthly bill or hook-up charge.

  • 7Sell excess electricity. If you build a large enough solar panel system, you can make your electric meter spin backwards! Most power companies will gladly buy or credit you for this excess electricity. Connect your local power companies for more details.

  • 8Government tax credits. Most government will provide some kind of tax credit or incentive for people purchasing solar energy system. On average, rebates usually cover 20-30% of the system cost. Connect your local representation for more details.

  • 9Solar technology is constantly improving. Solar instillations are increasing by in incredible 50% every year. Most of which are small homemade systems.