Solar energy is sustainable, renewable, and plentiful. As the cost of using solar to supply electricity goes down annually , many Americans are increasingly switching to solar. Now, there are over 1,000,000 solar installations across the country
1. Energy Production Cost is ZERO
As we mentioned before, solar power doesn’t require any outside supply to figure , so its maintenance and energy production costs are practically zero. The only cost related to the utilization of solar power is that the manufacture and installation of the components. This means that despite the large initial investment, there are no additional costs associated with its use, so the installation is recovered quickly.
2. Long Distance Transport Less Energy Consume
Losses during transport and distribution of energy increase with the space between the assembly and provide points. Although these losses are not very large, they do affect the performance of the installation in densely-populated areas.
On the other hand, with the individual installation of photovoltaic panels on rooftops, the distances are drastically reduced, increasing the efficiency of the electrical system.
3. Easy Installation
The easy and ease of the installation means it are often installed almost anywhere, taking advantage of both vertical and horizontal spaces with no specific use. This aspect, in conjunction with the modularity and adaptableness of the system, facilitates the installation of small-scale solar projects with the added advantage that the installation are often expanded depending on the needs at any given time.
But the most interesting advantage is the possibility of providing electricity in remote locations, where the cost of installing electrical distribution lines is too high or unfeasible.