Renewable energy is not just a trend. It’s becoming a way of life.
There’s a huge push for renewable energy right now…and we believe that it’s for a good reason.
North American leaders have recently come together to pledge for a more environmentally-sustainable future to be achieved within the next decade (by 2025). The hopes are to decrease our overall reliance on fossil fuels so that we may progressively transition to relying on alternate forms of energy production that do not harm the planet, aka renewable resources.
Solar is one of the fastest-growing forms of renewable energy, and is slowly but surely becoming a more affordable option for residents and businesses nationwide. Whether you are a fan of this movement or not, it’s the way of the future and it will not be stopped without a courageous fight.
How can solar energy help save the planet?
We can’t speak for everyone, but air is probably something that most of us take for granted. We do not have to think about air that much…until we smell our neighbor’s trash pile burning, or we notice the smog coming from the power plant. Most of us notice these things and do not think twice about them.
Ignorance is bliss, right?
So how do solar panels help divert air pollution? Well, to put it simply-we don’t have to burn the sun to gain energy from it. We have amazing technology that allows us to just sit back and let the sun do what it does best…SHINE. Then, we simply collect that shine and use it to power our homes, businesses, cars, planes, schools, phone chargers, outdoor light fixtures, etc.
Now, think of all of the people who are affected by this solar implementation. The numbers are HUGE, and will continue to grow. That’s how it can and will work on a global scale. Some might say it’s too good to be true.
We say, it’s too good to ignore.
But I just don’t know enough about solar…
We know solar is a renewable, clean solution to pollution, but currently there is still a struggle to get people on board.
Far too often people throw away the possibility of solar before talking with an expert or learning how feasible going solar really is. We don’t want that to happen in Missouri anymore. Anyone who has any interest in solar energy should feel free to reach out to us. Answering questions and teaching about solar are what we do best!
That education is key because we aren’t just in the solar business.
We are in the business of preserving humanity and empowering others to do the same.