Tag: solar power

Benefits of Solar Power

| March 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

The potential benefits of solar power dramatically outweigh its disadvantages as an energy source. Whilst the majority of the population continue to rely on fossil fuels to get around, could we ever see a transition of non-renewable energy to solar power? Here are a few significant advantages that solar power has over other energy outlets […]

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Going green – working out whether solar power will work at your property

| September 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

Let’s face it, one of the biggest expenses that we are all having to face at the moment is hefty energy bills and for many people especially during the winter months these bills become tough to pay. What if there was an alternate way which involved using cleaner electricity to help bring down costs while […]

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Solar Energy Explained

| August 13, 2013

One of the most rapidly growing energy sources in the UK, Solar power offers an energy efficient solution for your home. Solar energy is a renewable, green and limitless source of power. And because it is provided by sunlight it is 100% free. With rising concerns about pollution, global warming and fossil fuels, solar energy […]

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Are Solar Panels A Practical Solution?

| April 11, 2013

Solar panels are attractive for primarily two reasons. First, they have a lot of appeal because of their “renewable energy” tagline since renewables are the in-thing now. They’re trendy, and those who find an opportunity to implement them will often do so for that reason alone, regardless of the costs and benefits. The second reason […]

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Using Solar Power For Your Homes

| March 17, 2013

Nowadays you are able to use solar energy for residential homes to supply hot water, lightings and heating. While the initial investment is high, you can pay for itself over a very short period of time. Rather than paying power utilities for use of non-renewable resources, you can save money and help preserve the environs […]

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A Solar Power Home Can Reduce Energy Use

| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Have you ever noticed and may a little curious on some new homes that have large windows on one side of the building? And how about these panels on the roof? Well, they are using solar energy to heat their homes and the energy they need to power it come from the sun. Any new […]

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Solar Power – The Potential In Vehicles

| November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

The world is slowly but surely moving away from fossil fuels for energy production. Unfortunately, there has been very little agreement about what to replace fossil fuels with. Automobiles are a microcosm of the overall energy picture: hydrogen fuel cells and ethanol gasoline have had their time in the sun, and while electric vehicles seem […]

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Solar Power Provide Good Investment Opportunity

| October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

Solar power has become a common energy efficient source around the world. It is Eco friendly. People are also eager to make this an investment asset. You should know how fruitful returns will be. You must gauge advantages, disadvantages, and risks involved in this investment Solar power panels help you save on electricity bills. The […]

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Solar Lighting

| September 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Solar Lighting – The Economical Option To Illuminate Your Home Light is an essential element to the everyday life of people since the dawn of history. Its glow and illumination provide a sense of security and safety amidst the darkest times of the day. In pre-historic times, torch is the most common tool used for […]

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A Great Idea: Solar Electric Panels in Irvine

| August 24, 2012 | 2 Comments

Irvine has always been a city on the cutting edge of technology, from its very inception. Not only do major technology corporations find a home in the city, but it can boast the University of California, Irvine, as well, doing its part to educate the next generation and keep California, the United States, and the […]

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