Solar panels have always interested me. I honestly think that the future will be covered with solar panels to power almost everything we use on earth. Solar panels for the home are coming down in price as the demand for them rises, and both local and federal government tax incentives help alleviate cost. Although they aren’t cheap, they will save you a lot of money in a lifetime, and of course, more energy than you could imagine. If you were to install enough panels to power your entire house, it would take on average 10 years to pay back. Taking this approach would completely eliminate your electric bill because most full-service panels come with a backup battery in case of an emergency. One approach many people have taken is to install solar panels to alleviate a portion of their electric bill. This is a more affordable approach and can be worked on little by little. As the funds become available, you can continue to add panels until you’ve achieved full coverage. Solar energy is the way of the future. If you’re interested in the best way to save the planet and your wallet, then seriously consider solar panels for your home. There are sites that claim you can make your own solar panels for less than $200, but I’m not that confident to take this on. You can check out these sites to find out more on purchasing panels or making them yourself: homemadepowerplant.org, affordable-solar.com and solarhome.org.
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Solar panels for the home are coming down in price as the demand for them rises, and both local and federal government tax incentives help alleviate cost.