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3 Reasons Solar Energy Will Brighten Our Future

Posted by goldensolar on  October 18, 2017

Category: Solar Power
Solar energy is often viewed as a new, innovative technology, but the truth is, it has been utilized by humans for thousands of years. Although it was once a niche within the market, solar energy is now the future. Whether you are interested in conservation or want to save money, solar power is for everyone. Considering approximately 75 million barrels of oil could be saved annually through the use of solar energy, the savings are
Free electricity sounds great, doesn’t it? Surprisingly, solar power has been around much longer than you may think. And with time and technology, it has improved and is now becoming more popular because of its availability. In fact, last year solar power installments broke records by doubling over the previous year. According to energy.gov, Since 2008, U.S. installations approximately 5.7 million American homes have received power from the 1.2 GW installations. Two years ago, Google
Power outages in the Caribbean and North America often leave millions of people stranded in the dark. Extreme weather is playing a major role in the frequency of these outages. Hurricanes and ice storms, including poor grid infrastructure cause problems. People living outside urban areas are worst affected by poor grid performance. The Caribbean region has a population of about 40 million living in approximately 7,000 islands. At least 28 countries are part of the
The world’s largest consumer of electricity, China also has recently become the world’s biggest producer of photovoltaic cells for solar power. Recent strides are not without challenges, though, and the country remains far from being fossil-fuel free. 2017 Production Surges In the first half of 2017, China’s solar industry produced 25.9 percent more solar panels than it had during the first half of 2017, for a total of 34 gigawatts this year versus 27 gigawatts
The average American contributes an estimated 17 to 21.5 metric tons (around 40,000 pounds) of carbon dioxide in greenhouse gas emissions each year. This amount is known as the “carbon footprint.” Reducing your carbon footprint not only minimizes your personal contribution to climate change, doing so usually saves you money as well. You can estimate your own carbon footprint with the use of online calculators that account for location, type of housing and activities such

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