Solar Panels and Solar Batteries
Solar-powered homes are the future of real estate industry. As we all know, worldwide reserves for fossil fuels are rapidly depleting and their burning is giving rise to greenhouse gases which is making the Earth hotter and hotter every passing day, it’s no surprise that so many people are turning to the renewable energy such as solar power to meet their home energy needs.
Join Millions Other Solar-Ready Homeowners in UK
Now’s a perfect time to get into solar power for your homes – more than 800,000 UK homes have solar panels, and its installation cost has dropped close to 70% since 2010. UK government has also made switching to solar power really easy so that people can join this solar revolution.
How do Solar Panels Work?
The technology behind solar energy is complex to understand for those of us who aren’t into solar industry. We would try to explain the whole process in simple terms. We all know sun emits heat and light. This light is made up of small particles called photons. Every solar panel is essentially a magnetized sheet containing desnly packed atoms.
When photons from the sun hit the solar panel they collide with these atoms and further due to the design of the panel knock electrons off of these atoms. This generates an electric current, which then powers your house through the electrical wiring or gets stored in a solar battery to be used later.
Why choose Solar Panels for your projects?
Solar panel installation costs can be on higher side as compared to other traditional energy sources to begin with, but the savings you make in the long-run makes it worthwhile to install solar power in your home. You can get free electricity with solar panels, which can significantly reduce your utility bills. Solar panels can completely transform your energy bills and put money back in your pockets over a longer period of time.
Evergreen Power's solar panel installation is the perfect protection against high cost of energy bills paid by you to your electric supplier and will also help you in reducing your carbon footprint, making your contribute towards the environment.