When we’re talking about solar energy facts, here at Solar King we could rant on for hours. For example did you know that the world’s first solar energy collector was invented in 1767 or that Einstein won a Nobel Prize in Physics for his experiments with solar photovoltaics? Probably not, but let’s face it these aren’t the facts you need to know when it comes to deciding whether solar power is the alternative for you. A deeper understanding of this topic will hopefully make you review your current energy needs.
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What you do need to know is that solar power is an energy resource that we need to be making the most of and a key way in which we can help to reverse the diminishing effects of global warming. Solar power is a natural energy source which releases absolutely no carbon emissions and is a resource which the earth receives enough of in just a few hours, to be able to meet our planets entire energy demands for a whole year. So if we could capture even just 10% of this natural energy we’d have enough to replace all of our fossil fuel resources with plenty left over.
Environmental solar power facts aside switching your energy source to solar or even using it in addition to your traditional source can significantly reduce your energy bills. With so many incentives out there you can generate a substantial amount to reward you for your commitment. Receiving up to 21p for every unit of energy you produce and an additional 3p for every unit of energy you produce and export back to the national grid you really are making an investment for the future.
So why not review your current energy usage, reduce your carbon footprint today and reap the benefits of a healthier atmosphere and not to mention a healthier bills account, all you have to do is way up the solar panel facts and you’ll soon come to a conclusion.
If you’re still not convinced, read Solar King reviews from customers who’ve made the switch to solar power.
Blog originally posted on the Solar King UK website.
Giant solar photovoltaic array in the United States. Photo taken by U.S Air Force, sourced from Wikipedia here.
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