Cleaning your solar panels does not need to be labor intensive. You want to avoid abrasive soaps at all costs, as they can deteriorate and even destroy your panels. So long as there is not caked up dust or bird droppings, frequent rinses with just hose water should be more than enough.
I decided to get Solar Panels in July of 2011, and now with almost 7 years of data, I thought I’d share my finding, and what you can expect if you decide to go with …
Don't think the biggest solar panel is the best. There are a lot of variables to consider when buying solar panels. You should consider each of these factors when making your decision.
If you are interested in joining the green movement and helping the Earth, harnessing power from the sun is the way to go. It's natural, it's clean and it's renewable, which means that you can't use it all up. Therefore, not only can solar power help you save money on your electricity bill, it is also good for the environment.