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Make Your Home Energy Efficient With Solar Panels

The reason that solar panels is so popular today is that the sun is an endless source of energy that we can rely upon. Well, not for the next 4 billion years at least, which is how long the sun is expected to live. With the help of solar panels, everyone can now enjoy the benefits of this cheap form of energy, especially since most areas provide tax incentives and rebates to people who switch to clean energy. You should be wondering by now how these solar panels work? By the end of this article, you will understand.

Solar cells are contained within boxes called solar panels. To get electricity, solar cells take sunlight and converts it into energy. When sunlight hits the silicone material in solar cells, an electrical process occurs. Although the energy comes freely from the sun, less than 1 V of electricity per cell is generated which means a lot of panels are needed to replace your energy needs. Solar panels can actually be made at home; many people make them in an attempt to reduce or eliminate their electrical bill. However, you do need to be handy with a soldering iron and a saw, so if you aren’t really into DIY, maybe you should ask a friend who is for help.

Solar panels will not only help you to reduce your costs, but it’s good for the environment. Most of the processes that occur when producing electricity have quite a large negative impact on the environment due to waste and pollution. But when it comes to solar power there are no by-products or pollutants that will harm the environment. And because it uses the sunlight to create energy it’s renewable, meaning it cannot become depleted. Even though the positive effects on the environment may not be fully visible right now, the environment will do better if more people use cleaner sources of energy. The effects that will take place in the long-term will be wonderful, and the future generations will be able to feel them. But at the rate of destruction we’re currently going at, our children and grandchildren wouldn’t be able to experience the environment like how we do today.

You will need a container to put the series of solar cells that will make up your solar panel into if you are taking the do it yourself route. Wood is the most widely used material for these containers although there are a wide range of other materials that can also be used. You can use whatever wood type suits your fancy but we can recommend the usage of plywood. It is recommended that you have some wood inside the box to separate the cells and hold them upright as well as a covering of plexiglass over the top too. Since sunlight needs to get into each cell, plexiglass coverings are perfect ways to protect the cells from the elements and still allow full sun exposure to the cells. You’ll need to have a hole in the box that will make it possible for you to get the wires pulled outside the box too. Now that you have the cells mounted it becomes necessary to connect each to the next using a bit of solder.

Undoubtedly, solar panel systems are the future for energy production for the home due to their cost-effectiveness over the long term as well as the fact that they are good for the environment. So by installing them sooner rather than later you can save more money on your electricity bills.

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Solarize Madison Bakersfield

California’s top solar contractor provides solar energy solutions for home owners in Bakersfield. Call Now For A Free No-Obligation Quote!
5858 North Street
Bakersfield, CA 93301

Kern, California (CA)

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Telephone: (844) 292-8390