Solar Power can be hard to understand. There seems to be a lot of jargon floating around that can scare off even well educated people. It’s a little scary to hear words like photovoltaic and sustainable. I’m sure most people have an idea of what they mean, but there are many people out there that … [Read more…]
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There is no doubt that the addition of solar panelsto your home is an intelligent and astute investment for the future. Not only will you start to make significant savings on energy costs, you will be helping to create a cleaner and more environmentally friendly world for your children and grandchildren. Solar City USA There … [Read more…]
If you live ‘Down Under’ you should seriously consider changing to solar power. Australia has been rated as one of the best potential areas for the development of solar power and the solar photovoltaic (PV) sector has recently become a multi-billion dollar industry. Forecasts for the industry suggest that between 700MW and 1,200MW is added … [Read more…]
Four or five years ago there was little interest in solar energy in South Africa. Recently however there has been an upsurge of enthusiasm for the installation of solar panels, together with a genuine concern about the country’s increasing carbon footprint. Businesses and government departments have increasingly embraced the new technology alongside some individual homeowners. … [Read more…]
UAE and Solar Energy As a region which has attained much of its wealth from the production of oil, the United Arab Emirates does not automatically spring to mind as a leader in the field of solar energy. But think again. Where else in the world does the sunshine so fiercely and so predictably? The … [Read more…]
Not Such a Sunny Climate Perhaps you think that the gloomy British weather is not conducive to the installation of solar panels. Indeed when it comes to average sunshine hours per year, the UK pales in comparison with countries like Australia and South Africa. But remember it is light rather than heat which generates electricity … [Read more…]