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PostSubject: The bright side of having a solar panel.   The bright side of having a solar panel. Icon_minitimeJuly 1st 2011, 7:07 pm

With the power bills going up the roof, it is natural that homeowners look for more energy efficient and low cost energy sources to power up their homes. Solar energy is one of the most efficient energy resources now available on the planet for us to use. The Solar panels act as a medium to capture the sun’s rays and then convert it into electric current for household uses.

Apart from powering your home, homeowners are turning to solar energy as a means to save money. It could possibly save you much, as well be amounting to an ecologically friendly option. This could include tax rebates, avoiding sales tax on solar panel installation expenses and more.

Solar panels come in two types. There are solar energy panels in the form of 'solar thermal collectors'. These focus solar energy into a liquid medium, usually water, heating the liquid that is then utilized as and where it is required. The other of the type of solar panel is known as the photovoltaic module. These Solar panels act as a medium to convert the sun's energy into electricity, which can then be distributed immediately or stored within a battery to be used later.

These days, the electricity to homes and offices often comes from the cleaner alternative energy source of bigger, better, more efficient solar panels. The influence of Solar panels act has spread so wide that even the National Grid takes some of their power from solar energy panels. In fact, the popularity of solar panels is increasing so rapidly that manufacturers of solar panels are having difficulty keeping up with demand.
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