5 Advantages of Solar Energy

Solar energy is a CO2-free renewable energy source:

This means that they do not emit any carbon dioxide when they generate energy. Solar, wind, and hydroelectric are carbon-free. Nuclear, though not renewable, is also considered a carbon-free energy source, because unlike coal and natural gas, it does not burn.

Reduces Electricity Bills:

Using solar panels instead of relying on a utility company can help you cut your electric bill by up to 50% per month. When your home has solar panels, energy from the sun will be used to power your electricity, except for when the sun is not present, such as during thunderstorms or at night.

 Reduced dependence on foreign oils and fossil fuels:

Clean energy can help bring the economy back to life It is an opportunity right now to reduce its dependence on foreign oil by adopting clean-energy and global warming pollution reduction policies that would spur economic recovery and long-term sustainable growth.

Low Maintenance Costs:

Residential solar energy systems have no moving parts, which decreases maintenance significantly. If too much dust settles on a solar panel, it can hinder the panel's sunlight absorption and lower the energy output.

Solar power is a 100% clean:

Solar power is a 100% clean, renewable energy source. It reduces dependency on oil, coal and natural gas for electricity production.