Solar Power

When we look at the rising costs on our electric bill, we learn how many kilowatts of energy we use on a given day. You take the kilowatts used and multiply it by 0.25. Calculating it in this way, you will learn how big of a solar power system you will need. We have come a long way even in the last decade because within the last 10 years, solar power usage has exploded. Before, they were seen as rare luxuries.

What Caused a New Interest in Solar Power?

The biggest change comes down to the large number of local and federal tax incentives made to reward those who adopt these new measures. In addition, the concerns about climate change have now reached a mainstream audience. Solar panels are an environmentally friendly choice because it lowers your house’s carbon imprint by as much as 35,180 pounds every year in carbon dioxide. You’d need to plant 88 trees each year if you wanted to offset this amount of carbon dioxide.

How Do You Get Started?

We hear an overwhelming amount of technobabble when it comes to solar panels, but you shouldn’t let this intimidate you. Getting started is always the most difficult part of using solar power. Nevertheless, maybe this outline will bring clarity to the subject.

  • Project: Installment of solar panels.
  • Why: Lowers your carbon imprint and saves as much as $84 per month.
  • How it works: Solar panels consist of photovoltaic cells. They take the sunlight and transform it into energy where it gets sent over to a converter and turned into electricity.

Who Should You Hire?

Unfortunately, you need a specialist to install solar panels because it takes more than slapping the cells on top of a roof. You will need the correct wiring and to place the panels in an area that builds an efficient system. It’s a job better left to the professionals. First, look for someone who offers a good warranty and check to make sure the inverter gets covered by that warranty. You want a minimum of 10 years and between 20 to 25 years is ideal. Read about Tesla Norways latest innovative solar panels.

Second, buy with a trusted manufacturer from EU. It’s more than patriotism. In this way, if your manufacturer goes bankrupt, your warranty still protects you. You should also check to make sure the installment specialist doesn’t outsource the work because there’s more than accountability issues if things go wrong. Finally, check to make sure your specialist has been licensed and bonded. You want to know in advance that no major complaints have been filed against him with the Better Business Bureau.

In the past, solar panels were a costly investment, but the price has steadily dropped 60 percent, and combined with local and federal credits, you bring down the cost to an average of between $10,045 to $13,475. Solar panels are worth the investment because when you save up to $84 a month in electric, they will save you $1,000 every year, which pays for itself after several years.Read more about radon levels in Norway, Denmark and the rest of Europe.

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