Installing photovoltaic solar panels is important today, as safe drinking water was in earlier history. In the 1920s, all drinking water began to be disinfected with chlorine. This single act of sanitation brought the rising populations that gave us the modern world.
A defining moment in time. Early cars, water-chlorination, and PV solar panels were too. The people in those old black and white films would never have understood the consequence that clean water would have on the future.
The road to cleaner energy is an integral part of the evolution of our species. Historical breakthroughs always divide public opinion. The motivation to improve our situation has been a defining characteristic of humanity. A drive to increase uptake of self-generating technologies is essential today and not a luxury.
Early adopters of solar panels in the UK are pioneering people, and despite the naysayers, it brings an advantage that spans decades into the future.
Homeowners who adopt keep more of their income as rising energy costs over the next three decades.
Our increasingly volatile geopolitical world will see to that! A significant expense is heating and powering the home, so foresighted families reducing dependence will be laughing all the way to the bank tomorrow.
Solar panels are healthier for family wealth with thirty to forty years of service life.
An unintended consequence of photovoltaic panels with battery storage. An intended geopolitical consequence and why traditional energy suppliers don’t want us generating our own power!
The rest of the world is driving forward with PV solar panels and EV-charging. Are we awake yet?
I passionately sing the praises of independence-generating technologies because of their potential! There’s nothing more powerful than a technology whose time has come. I’ve talked to the earliest solar panel adopters with stories of people who mocked them, but they’re no longer mocking today. Today, they sit comfortably in their solar-powered homes.
Installing is like that feeling as a kid when you got a new bike, that’s how being the first solar-powered house on the street was best described to me.
Great for your personal health and well-being.