If you own your own business, consider installing solar panels to your building. This will help cut your overhead expenses. Solar energy can power your computers, lighting and other office equipment. Additionally, business owners can get tax breaks for installing energy saving green products such as solar panels and solar hot water heaters.
Once your solar panels are installed, you need to keep track of how much power you are producing and using on a daily basis. Invest in a quality monitoring system and look at the data as often as possible. If you notice your panels are not producing as much energy as usual, it might be time to clean them.
Nagashree M from Haladkatta, Karnataka proposes better ways to harvest solar energy.
You don't necessarily have to stick the solar panels in the typical locations you see in the brochures. There only needs to be a small gap of approximately 1" behind the panel for air circulation. You can find interesting positions anywhere on your property that work with the style and design of the surrounding area.