When someone searches for solar power information, one question that comes to mind is, "How much will it cost?" The answer depends on your budget and how much you want to reduce your current energy dependency and costs.
The good news is, you can start to become self-sufficient in your energy requirements today — in easy, doable stages. And this site will explain how. It's almost like plugging your house into the Sun!
Could the Sun's energy supply the electricity needs of your home, farm, or business, and be affordable? In a word... YES!
I'll give you the basic facts about renewable energy and some practical information about solar panels that could help you to save money when buying and installing your family's own solar power system.
Remember, you're not alone. Many families worldwide are already enjoying the benefits of energy savings by taking whatever steps they can to lower their costly dependence on the local utility grid.
And you can too, one panel at a time!
You've likely visited other websites and spoken with manufacturers and sales people. But unless you're an electrical engineer or have experience in photovoltaic (PV) panel installation, you've likely come across unfamiliar electrical terms and have heard conflicting solar advice.
That's where I can help.
My easy-to-read articles are meant to cut through the needless technical jargon and offer a simple, practical resource for the average property owner on the topic of affordable solar power for the home, farm, or business.
I promise not to overwhelm you with details. You'll get the simple facts you need about solar energy in concise, bite-sized pieces that are easy to take in. As you go from page-to-page, topic-to-topic, you'll learn what you need to know.
Our long dependance on fossil fuels has damaged our environment, and it's now clear that we are already experiencing the harmful greenhouse effect and global warming. Plus, the increasing demand for electricity produced by non renewable energy sources such as oil, coal, natural gas, and nuclear plants, is driving up our home energy costs to record levels.
We must become knowledgeable about alternative energy and turn to green renewable energy resources if we're to continue powering our homes and businesses at an affordable cost. We cannot afford to wait any longer. We must take whatever steps we can and protect our well-being. The facts will reveal that clean solar power offers the best option and can save us hard-earned money in the long-term.
Together, we'll examine the basics of residential solar power, how it works, its advantages and disadvantages, its costs, and how to get started supplying your own energy needs. There's no hard-to-grasp technical theory, just simple, practical solar power information.
Take advantage of the FREE downloadable reports to help you to become aware of the things you need to know so you can make an informed choice. A choice that could save you money on your electricity and fuel bills both now and in the long term.
Thanks to your new knowledge of solar electricity you'll be able to ask the right questions and understand what some of the, ahem, "solar experts" are really saying before you sign on the contractor's dotted line.
To bring you the insider's view, I've consulted with an expert whom I know and trust, an electrical engineer with over thirty years of experience in his industry. He really knows his stuff, and I'll be sharing his insights with you.
I am always updating and growing this site with more information about solar energy and its affordability. You won't want to miss anything so there are several ways for you to keep in touch.
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