August 29, 2008
Harnessing the energy of the sun has long been discovered by scientists. Upon its invention, a lot of people saw its potential to provide power to man and make a positive contribution to conserving our natural resources here on Earth.
This is why using solar energy is a great way for us to do our share in protecting the environment. The power that solar panels create does not contribute to climate change because it produces no pollution, noise and costly fuel bills.
In a recent study, a standard home produces an average of 4,500 kg of greenhouse gases each year. But a house that uses SolarGen Solar Panel, for example, produces only almost half of that at 2,500 kg.
If being environment conscious is not really your cause, then how about some savings? Yes, the Australian government is giving solar power rebates. The Photovoltaic Rebate Programme give cash rebates for the installation of solar photovoltaic systems on homes, schools and community use buildings to make solar affordable today.
Be wise, be environment friendly. Use solar power today.