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Facts You Must Know About Solar


Facts You Must Know About Solar

By Enrique from Solar NRG

Since 2009, the cost of installing solar panels has dropped by a whopping 70 percent prompting more companies and individuals to switch to renewable energy. That’s an important figure to consider if you are deciding whether or not you can afford to have solar panels installed in your home. You’d be interested to know that a house with solar panels sells 4.1 percent higher than homes without. These and other fast facts would help you weigh the pros and cons of switching to solar power.

The world needs to rethink its relationship with non-renewable sources of energy. Businesses and industries are gradually realizing the benefits of partially sourcing power from renewable sources. Forward-looking homeowners are seeing the cost-reduction and long-term benefits of investing in a photovoltaic installation. This infographic shows that solar panels reduce electricity cost by Php 2.50 per kWh! Check out this enlightening infographic, and let the facts and figures help you decide. 


Solar Panel Statistics, Renewable Energy, Sun, Climate Change

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  1. The information which you have provided is very good and essential for everyone. Keep sharing this kind of information. Thank you. Roof Solar Panels

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  2. You can’t install solar panels higher than the highest point of the property (not including the chimney). The solar installation mustn’t protrude more than 200mm from the surface of the roof. If you want to install solar panels, the change in the building’s appearance must be kept to a minimum. Before going for solar, check out the best solar power company in Pakistan for solar energy installation guidance.

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  3. Have you heard about the legal obligation for solar carports in Germany coming in 2023? This will transform the sight of urban areas. The concept is to mount solar panels as roof over car parking spaces., like a canopy.

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  4. Solar is expected to continue to expand in the near future. Recent developments, such as the solar trade tariff and tax code revisions, may, however, reverse this tendency. According to one estimate, from 2018 to 2022, the tax alone will cut solar installations by 11%. In the United States, the sector employs over 370,000 individuals, with 260,000 of them working full-time. About half of this employment is solar photovoltaic installers. In fact, with a median yearly pay of over $40,000, solar PV installer is the nation's fastest-growing employment.

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