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The Advantages of Solar Panels and Solar Power For Your Home

Solar Panels, also known as photovoltaic or PV panels is a panel designed to absorb the sun’s rays as a source of energy for generating electricity or heating. They are made to last for quite a number of years.

Many people wonder if a solar panel is powerful enough to run the whole house’s energy? Of course, it can. According to the modern solar panel system, including power storage, you can run the whole house completely on solar power.

Here are the major advantages of solar panels:

  1. Its raw materials are renewable and unlimited.
  2. If more than 0.02% of incoming sunlight, if captured correctly, would be sufficient to replace every other fuel source currently used.
  3. Solar power is low-emission. Solar panels produce no pollution, although they impose environmental costs through manufacture and construction.
  4. Solar power is suitable for remote areas that are not connected to energy grids.
  5. The solar panels contain no moving parts and thus produce no noise and you can get it from your building materials store.
  6. In the long run, solar power is economical. Solar panels and installation involve high initial expenses, but this cost is soon offset by savings on energy bills.
  7. Solar power provides green jobs. Production of solar panels for domestic use is becoming a growing source of employment in research, manufacture, sales and installation.
  8. Solar power is reliable. Many homeowners favour solar energy because it is virtually immune to potential failings of utility companies, mainly in the form of political or economic turmoil, terrorism, natural disasters, or blackouts due to overuse.

Finally, depending on where you live, it is possible that the system can pay itself back and more over time. This is because you won’t be spending as much money buying electricity from your utility. If net metering is in place, you could reduce your bills even further.

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