February 23rd, 2013
For as long as I can remember, I have been telling people that PV solar panels (photovoltaic) are a worthwhile investment for not only today but also so far into the future that you can’t yet imagine how.
There’s nothing more powerful than when PV solar technologies time has come.
There are very few technologies that last or benefit their owners for over thirty years (Think of the car you were driving three decades ago), but this is not the reason I sing these much-misunderstood technologies praise.
The current incentives for solar panels aren’t set in stone. They will be reduced for later adopters when the inevitable happens, and mainstream people en mass are forced to install, just to keep their energy bills from spiralling out of control. Read the rest of this entry »
February 18th, 2013
Most of us assumed that Sir Richard Branson was just eccentric when he treated himself to his very own island. The showman of the corporate world was obviously using his wealth to buy himself the ultimate status symbol. A paradise island trumps a villa in Spain, right?
A more civilised ending to a PV-powered civilisation.
The truth, however, is Mr Branson bought himself Necker Island in 1978 as an oil shock sanctuary where he and his family can live out the rest of their days in their paradise retreat while the rest of the world comes to terms with an oil starved civilisation.
The self-made billionaire and Virgin boss attempted to warn the world back in 2010 when he said: “that we should all prepare for an ‘energy crunch’ within the next five years.”.
Speaking with other corporate executives who also support the warning including, chief executive of Scottish and Southern Energy group, and the chief executive of transport operator Stagecoach. Read the rest of this entry »
February 13th, 2013
Over the eight years, I have been within the PV (photovoltaic) solar installation industry, I have noticed one common trait that most householders who have installed solar panels possess – Pride.
PV solar panel pride since 1883.
Technology comes in many different guises, and very few manage to invoke high amounts of passion, pride and delight.
Except for the motorcar or more recently the iPhone, technology usually serves a purpose such as cleaning your clothes, but pride in… Read the rest of this entry »
February 2nd, 2013
We would like to hear about your experience if you have had a solar panel installation recently.
As thousands of homes and business’s across the United Kingdom now benefit from this technology, thousands more are now considering taking the plunge into the world of alternative heating and power.
Please feel free to let others know about your experience and benefits, so they too can become solar technology pioneers. Read the rest of this entry »
January 30th, 2013
However, humanity’s horizons are filled with storm clouds. Already within one month of this new year, four astonishing things have happened that will change our thinking about the role solar panels will play in our society and the new forward-thinking political policies.
A forward-thinking strategy.
A new time of enlightenment or too little too late? You decide.
1. Barack Obama in his inauguration speech to the American people finally acknowledged that the global warming issue is a real human problem that will affect not just our kid’s future. Our generation, and the here and now, as global droughts, erratic climate changes begin to affect our ability to feed ourselves.
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January 24th, 2013
A younger more revolutionary me would have loved the fact that there is a modern way to beat the system. Let me explain why PV solar panels (photovoltaic) will re-energise your revolutionary spirit.
Why choose PV solar panels to beat the system?
Albeit a small victory, in a world increasingly weighted against the many, the phrase “can’t beat the system, go with the flow” could almost become a party political slogan for either political party.
Also, a self-interested and ‘too big for its own boots’ banking system no longer considers its customer’s cash to be essential and by locking society into an electronic monetary system either by design or an unexpected consequence, they now know you have no other option, but to use their essential services.
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