Solar power is no longer a new technology. Although almost everyone is familiar with the idea of solar powers and using the Sun's radiation as an energy source to power our homes and offices, there is still a lot of misinformation out there.
It can be quite difficult to predict the future of any fast-changing technology with any level of certainty, and forecasts about the future of solar energy in the United States vary from exponential growth estimates to inconsequential numbers.
Commercial and residential property owners on Kauai and Oahu don't have to worry about snow covering their solar panels, we do experience some inclement weather events that many people worry will affect the performance of their solar power systems. Keep reading to learn the truth about the weather's effects on solar panels.
While coal and oil-powered energy sources are expensive and scarce for Hawaii's residents, everyone knows we have plenty of sunshine, and that's one of the reasons why investing in solar energy is a marvelous decision. Whether you own a home, a commercial building, or operate a rental property, you can benefit from solar energy.
By STI Solar|2021-03-18T09:16:22+00:00February 17th, 2021|Categories: Solar|
If there's one resource that Hawaii almost has too much of, it's sunlight. While other forms of energy are scarce and expensive for residents on Oahu and Kauai, sunlight shines down on us abundantly throughout the year. By switching your home or office to a solar power system, you can harness the Sun's energy to help you save money on air conditioning, lighting, and everything else you use energy for night and day.
By STI Solar|2021-03-05T18:37:50+00:00January 20th, 2021|Categories: Solar|
While almost everyone is familiar with solar power as a renewable, sustainable energy resource, few understand exactly how a solar power system works. Continue reading to learn about the science behind solar energy.