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Do you need solar panel system installation services? Renewable energy minimizes carbon pollution and has a much lower impact on our environment. At The Green Energy Future, we provide all the information and direction you need to get started. Using the latest technology, we can help you choose the best solar panel system and control panel for your home. We provide installation, both residential and commercial solar.
The average annual electricity consumption for a U.S. residential utility customer is 10,715 kilowatthours (kWh), an average of about 893 kWh per month. The average homeowner has an $114.44 avg electricity bill and needs about 17 solar panels as an installed system to cover their energy costs.
The average cost to install solar panels in the United States is about $12,000 after federal tax incentives. On the low end, you can install a smaller system for around $5,000, while a high-priced Tier 1 solar panel system can cost $40,000 or more. (Consumer affairs)
By structuring the upfront costs with financial options such as government grants and loans available, the average consumer can save at least $73 dollars a month on their electricity bill. This doesn't even factor in the history of inflation, the average homeowner can lower their monthly bill to $40 and less as long-term savings.
To get properly started you will need to determine what type of system you need. Do you want a grid tie system? Or a battery storage system? What size does your family need? How many panels do you need? These questions will help you figure out what kind of system you need. There are several different types of solar panel systems available today. Some are grid tied while others are battery storage systems. Each type of system has its own pros and cons. For example, if you're looking for a long term investment, then you may want to consider a battery storage system. If you're looking for something that will provide electricity during peak demand times, then you might want to go with a grid tied system and is at a stable investment into renewable energy. These are all questions we can help you find the right answers to.
By 2030, solar will have become the most important source of energy for electricity production in a large part of the world. This will also have a positive impact on the environment and climate change. Solar energy will soon be unbeatable compared to fossil fuels. The United States is going to need huge amounts of solar, and fast, to stem the climate crisis. And there’s no shortage of sunlight. The Biden administration recently estimated that solar panels could produce 40% of America’s electricity by 2035. The majority would likely come from large solar farms, but huge amounts of rooftop solar would also be needed. (LA Times)
Solar may cover 75% of global electricity demand by 2050. (PV magazine)
India, the world's third largest user of energy after the U.S. and China. It is time for India to turn to renewable methods to feed its population with a fair share of electricity. Solar power has emerged as the most viable and eco-friendly option for India to meet the energy needs of all, including the 50% of rural residents who still live without electricity. Solar energy has a bright future in India as many regions of the country already receive sunlight for 300 days a year and thus can generate 20 MW of solar power per square kilometer in such areas. The Indian government provides financial incentives for solar energy.
We are excited about the opportunity to create a sustainable, solar-based economy that will transform economies and provide a better future for everyone.