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    Two important reasons to make the switch to solar energy.

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    JamesAntworten

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    Join date : 2011-07-13

    Two important reasons to make the switch to solar energy.

    Post by JamesAntworten on Wed Jul 13, 2011 9:04 am

    We know that the cost of petroleum-based energy is becoming prohibitive and will continue to be so as supply becomes scarce. Experts estimate that within 50 years, the planet will run of petroleum. The use of coal is being discouraged because of its effects on the environment while geothermal energy sources are non-renewable. With all these environmental and economical issues, it is high time that we started using solar energy to power our needs.

    Nature has provided us with endless supply of potential energy sources and it is just a matter of applying the appropriate technology, which we do not lack. We have known, of course, that the heat of the sun, the wind, and water can be harnessed to provide our power requirements. Of the three, the heat of the sun is the most convenient for supplying power needs of homes.

    Installing a residential Solar power victoria system will considerably lessen our dependence on non-renewable energy sources. This will result in many positive things. Consider the following benefits that we can get from using solar energy.

    With more people using solar energy to power their homes, the demand for non-renewable energy will lessen. This can result to long-term reduction in fuel costs since less demand for energy will lower the prices.

    Residential solar power systems will reduce the pressure on the existing conventionally powered power plants, eliminating the need to build others, thereby lessening the volume of carbon and other dangerous waste emissions into the atmosphere. This could help a lot in arresting climate change and global warming.

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