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For years, people looked at solar energy in one of two ways. Either it was a failed experiment, relegated to the 70s, or it was something that held limited promise but we probably wouldn’t begin to see that promise for many more years. A recent report from the Solar Energy Industries Association, however, disputes those theories. The SEIA hosted a conference and within that conference (that was mainly geared to discussing the topic of diversification of solar power within current power plants), a tangent split off to discuss the U.S. market and how solar energy is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing industries in the country.
While many Americans are in favor of developing solar energy, some are against the idea of using public land to house solar panels. Opponents of using land for solar energy claim we can get enough use out of rooftop panels to make a difference, referring to the panels placed on private buildings and houses. However, many experts in this industry claim that while rooftop panels are definitely necessary, we need more than that to solve the nation’s energy problems.
Once reserved for calculators and rooftops, solar energy has now founds its way into everyday activities. There are many affordable products that can save you money on electricity and batteries, as well as provide some entertainment, proving that you don’t have to be rich to contribute to a better environment.
In a new report authored by the National Academy of Sciences and co-authored by several other branches of the American scientific community, the case was made for immediate, widespread action on the climate change front, with hope for a reduction of impact that might accompany some of that major action. Those who have been heavily involved in the press for more environmentally sound ways of producing energy have long known what this report confirms; that change is necessary if the world we live in will continue to look the way it does now for future generations.
Your eco-friendly attitude does not have to be left at the door to your house when you leave for vacation. Find out how to stay green on-the-go.
You may have switched out your lightbulbs for the eco-friendly CFL bulbs, and you may have considered solar panels for your home. However, your “green” tendencies can now be taken on the road during vacation. For example, you can rent a hybrid vehicle for just a little more money than the typical rental car. Some rental companies even offer electric cars so you can save lots of cash by not constantly filling up on gasoline. Look up rental car companies to compare your options before you go.
If you are thinking of getting solar power for your home, you need to be sure to choose the right company for the job. This is a big investment, so researching the best business to use is crucial. Learn what to consider as you search for a good company to install panels, a hot water heater, or a pool and spa heater powered by the sun.