Residential solar power systems are a great option for homeowners looking to go green. However, it is important to avoid a few costly mistakes in order to get the most out of your investment.
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Photo by Sander van Dijk Australia’s major electricity utilities are trying to stop the rapid installation and use...
Volvo are stealing a march on their competitors with their stunning new solar charging canopy. The charging station,...
Photo by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers While the efficiency of nuclear power, fossil fuels, and geothermal energy has...
Solar power is one of the many blessings we get from nature. Through solar power, we can now enjoy electricity without paying hefty electric bills. Solar power or the energy from the sun can be converted into electricity. There are two ways to do this, either through the use of […]Read more ›
Here is an inconvenient truth that advocates of alternative energy sources are reluctant to admit – solar panels are an eyesore. Especially in a residential setting, they detract from the aesthetic of any house, no matter how much the owner tries to convince you otherwise. Think about the streets in […]Read more ›
The largest dirty energy consumer in the world is going on a clean-energy diet in a bid to improve its interests in global combat zones. The Pentagon is working feverishly to convert its sites and operations to renewable power by a staggered set of deadlines ending about a decade from […]Read more ›
You may remember WakaWaka Power’s solar smartphone charger from our recent review, but if not, here’s the skinny: The WakaWaka Power solar smartphone charger is an ideal companion for those who find themselves away from traditional power sources for extended periods of time. It’s also a great device for those who are […]Read more ›
In Australia, a $500 rebate which the Coalition is offering to homeowners who install solar PV systems or solar hot water systems over the next ten years, may have been halved from the 2010 Direct Action policy but it could still potentially cause more harm than good for the solar […]Read more ›
As the popularity of solar panels, wind turbines, and other forms of renewable energy continue to grow, our planet’s reliance on oil slowly begins to decrease. But just how much renewable energy would we have to produce in order to completely replace the power we receive from oil? The answer […]Read more ›