Solar Energy is by far the Earth's most available and abundant energy resource. We can use this energy to produce eco-friendly electricity with photovoltaics or heat water with a solar water heating system.
Solar Energy in the U.S.
The U.S. has a big resource potential concerning solar energy, but provided only 1% of its energy needs with solar power until 2009. Nevertheless solar technology
is far advanced and offers comfortable solutions not only for industrial but also for residential solar and commercial solar use. Furthermore, solar modules are becoming cheaper and solar energy becomes affordable. That supports the enormous growth of the U.S. solar market
Solar Energy - Secure, Reliable and Clean
The sun provides us every day with its light, which arrives on earth as solar radiation. Solar radiation is the total frequency spectrum of electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun. It varies with the distance of Earth and Sun and seasonal solar cycles. When it is blocked by the clouds, absorbed or scattered, it is experienced as diffused radiation.
Solar Energy Could Cover All Energy Needs
Solar energy has been expanding rapidly. The cost per kilowatt-hour of solar photovoltaic systems has also been dropping, while electricity generated from fossil fuels is becoming more expensive. Solar energy facts
prove that the sun provides us with enough energy to cover all the world´s energy needs – all we need are more solar installations.
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