Imagine being able to power every aspect of your home or business from lighting fixtures to electrical appliances. Now, imagine you or your business producing this energy in a way that is relatively hassle-free, makes a return on your investment, helps the environment and could even have other financial incentives accompany it. The ability to harness the power of one of the most natural and readily available sources of energy in our solar system couldn’t be any easier than it is today. Solar energy is the solution that you are looking for, it is here to stay and you need to be a part of it! Businesses and homeowners alike are making the transition to solar energy for most if not all of their energy needs.
Solar energy is pollutant free:
The absence of pollutants, both initially and as byproducts, make solar energy the cleanest form of energy currently available to the world. Solar energy is used to power transportation, electronics and appliances, lighting, heating and even cooking! Chemicals are not released into the atmosphere as a result of these solar energy applications and a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable environment comes as a result.
Solar energy is reliable:
Solar energy has the extremely useful benefit of being one of the most dependable sources of energy. Water may dry up, crops may fail, fossil fuels may become depleted or too expensive to purchase, but the sun will be shining through it all. Solar energy will continue to be the most dependable source of energy for as long as our sun still exists. “What if the sun isn’t shining everyday?” you might ask, solar energy has the added benefit of being able to be stored and used for later in reserves during times of unavailability.
Solar energy has incentives:
The U.S. Federal Government offers certain incentives for those businesses and homeowners who make the switch to solar energy. The offer of extending tax credits for the installation of PV (Photovoltaic) panels for your home or business is one of the most popularly well known incentives provided by the federal government. This is just one example of some of the incentives available for commercial and residential customers, for those of us who reside in Georgia, a whole list of incentives can be found at Energy.gov