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Q: I’m still hesitant. What other features should I be considering when it comes to Solar Power?
A: Here are several standout features about Solar Power that sell themselves:
Renewable energy is a highly reliable source of electricity:
Renewable energy offers an independent energy source, and can keep electricity flowing during power outages. Today’s state-of-the-art Renewable energy systems have been so refined that they can generate sufficient power in all weather conditions – even on extremely overcast days.
Renewable energy systems are very low-maintenance:
Because modern solar systems have no moving parts and are stress-tested for such things as hail impact and high wind cycles, occasional visual checks and battery services are all the maintenance required.
Renewable energy costs very little to operate:
Obviously, Solar systems use sunlight to produce electricity, so the energy source is free. Once installed, solar panels generate electricity with little upkeep and minimal operating costs.
Q: I’m a proud home-owner. Will Solar Panels make my house look ugly?
A: Certainly not! Solar power systems are now architecturally designed: Bulky and intrusive solar power panels are a thing of the past. Today’s streamlined solar modules – available in a variety of colours and styles - are, in fact, used as architectural design elements and can be seamlessly incorporated into roofs, skylights, awnings, entrances and facades.
Q: What influence is Solar Power having across the world today?
A: Everywhere you look across the globe, renewable energies are changing the way we think:
New business models and political paradigms are recognizing the economic benefits of embracing alternative energy sources. This is because alternative energy, including Solar Power, can play an important role in delivering greater economic prosperity in Western countries and the developing world.
In Developed Economies:
By reducing the world’s dependence on fossil fuels, renewable energy systems contribute to stabilizing energy prices and, in turn, to moderating the transport cost component of commodities and mineral resources. Both of these factors are proven to be intrinsically linked to improved consumer confidence and economic growth.
Given that they draw on a free and constant energy source, renewable energy systems are also helping to enhance the reliability of power grids and reduce the costs to business of power outages. In the U.S. alone, blackouts are estimated to cost the economy more than $119 billion a year.
In addition, solar energy now supports an industry all of its own and provides hundreds of thousands of jobs across the globe. With demand growing at around 25% per annum over the past 15 years, associated industries such as engineering, science, architecture, construction, planning and industrial design now generate significant revenue from renewable energy development.
In Developing Economies:
One of the fastest-growing markets for solar power systems is in providing electricity to villages in developing countries, where the cost of extending existing utility grids is prohibitive. The provision of a free and plentiful electricity source via solar power has a resoundingly positive economic impact, both within these countries and for those nations providing foreign aid.
By delivering power for water supply, refrigeration, lighting, medical clinics and other basic needs, solar power is contributing enormously to the improvement of health and hygiene in hundreds of the world’s remote villages. Moreover, many of these villages are gaining the benefits of improved literacy, education and communications.
The result of solar power installations in developing nations is a reduced reliance on economic and humanitarian aid, and an ability to reduce the foreign debt of third world countries, where as much as 90% of export earnings are used to pay for imported oil.