Since children are the ones who will be running the future it is important to teach them early about renewable energy. As a parent you can set the example by using solar energy whenever possible. If it is not possible to swap your entire house over, maybe switch out your outdoor lighting.
Keep your solar panels out of the shade. It might seem obvious, but your solar panels do need sun. Make sure that you are not installing them in the shade. Trim back the branches on surrounding trees if you need to. Failing to do so could cost you more than half your energy output.
Keep in mind that purchasing a solar power system often enables you to receive tax credits from the government. You may find that you get back as much as 30 percent of the total cost of your system. So, if you look into a system and think that it costs too much, investigate whether or not you will get credit back to determine how affordable it actually is.
What if we could use existing technologies to provide Internet access to the more than 4 billion people living in places where the infrastructure can’t support it?
If you want to have a solar system installed on your roof, make sure you check the credentials of anyone working on your home. Check certifications, verify references and generally research the company prior to signing any contract. This is a big investment, so make sure that you choose a reputable company.