The number of properties with rooftop solar panels is increasing day by day, and it isn’t just homeowners who are installing solar panels to offset their own electricity bill. Businesses as small as your local general store and as large as Google have installed solar on-site to decrease overhead costs and promote corporate social responsibility. Now, nonprofit organizations are starting to explore their solar options as well.
It was certainly a week to remember for the solar industry, filled with state support for renewable energy and beautified visualizations of corporations running on solar. GE’s new solar powered headquarters, a new device that can remove CO2 from the atmosphere and some exciting state commitments to renewable energy are the bright headlines we’re discussing from this week’s Solar Energy News report.
Solar panels and smart thermostats are two of the most powerful technologies available to help you take control of your home’s energy consumption. By installing solar and a smart thermostat in your home, you can minimize your environmental impact and maximize your clean power use. Here’s why solar panels and smart thermostats are the best way to turn your home into a 21st-century eco-friendly house.