Solar Installation: Save on Your Bills
Did you know that the United States is one of the leading countries when it comes to solar power? Did you also know that O’HARA SOLAR is a leader in residential and commercial solar installation? If these two facts have piqued your interest, then this blog post will help explain how installing solar panels on your property can save you money.
Solar installations are not just for people who want to be environmentally friendly. They are also for people who want to save money!
Solar panels are an investment in the future
You never have to worry about a power outage, and you save money on your monthly bills. Producing clean energy that is safe for our environment, solar installation costs less than what you pay per month from your utility company and this could be a great way to start saving money now.
Solar is the most popular form of renewable energy in use today. Solar panels have been around for a long time, but only recently has it become affordable enough to make a difference on your monthly electric bill. Solar installation can be costly upfront with high initial investment costs and lower payback rates, but you’ll see more savings each month.
Solar installations can be accessed through loans, solar leases, or purchase; whichever is best for you.
A solar installation is a great way to save on your bills. Solar power will lower the amount of money you need to spend on electricity and heating, as well as reduce the emissions that are putting pressure on our environment. The average household can expect their monthly energy bill to drop by $165 when they switch from combustible fuels like oil or coal over to solar powered homes. These cuts in fuel costs combined with savings for turning off devices not being used and other adjustments give people more control over how much they pay for an electric bill every month
Over the years, solar power has generated a great deal of interest. This includes installation on both residential and commercial buildings. There are many benefits to installing solar energy systems but you need to know that they may not be an option for everyone! Here’s how it works: Solar panels generate electricity when light from the sun hits them; this is called photovoltaic generation (PV). The more sunlight shining on a panel, the greater its output will be so placement can make all the difference in harnessing as much possible energy as possible. A typical system might have one or two rows of panels mounted onto racks with inverters between each row which convert DC current into AC voltage used by your home appliances
Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity.
Solar installation is a relatively new market in the United States, with only around 440 megawatts of installations.
The total installed solar electric capacity for all 50 states at the end of 2012 was about 12 gigawatts (GW). Solar power makes up 78% of renewables that are currently being generated and used in US. The rest includes biomass, geothermal electricity production, traditional hydroelectricity generation from water mills and dams as well as wind turbines which produce on-shore or offshore energy.
In 2013, there were an estimated 500 thousand kWdc photovoltaic systems operating to generate clean electricity across America’s rooftops. According to SEIA estimates, one million homes have adopted solar PV panels by 2016; this represents more than a ten-fold increase in the number of homes to adopt solar PV panels during that time.