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When it comes to emergency preparedness, do you really know how to make it on your own? Although most people figure that they need to head to the store to gather essential supplies, you might be surprised to learn that you can do a lot with what you already have in your pantry. I have been working in the emergency essentials field for several years, and I know what it takes to make do with what you have. Check out my blog for great tips and tricks for using your food storage, as well as how to stockpile energy. You never know when this information might come in handy.

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Have you ever wanted to use solar energy to help power your household? Are you interested in something that you can get involved in and possibly start saving money? The good news is solar is becoming more and more accessible to the public, even those without a lot of experience. Here is the solar system construction information you need to start planning clean energy for your home. 

How Does Solar Power Work?

Solar panels use sunlight to generate electricity. These panels are made up of photovoltaic cells that capture sunlight, convert it into electricity and send it through an inverter to power your home or business. When you aren't using all of the energy you are generating, it flows back out onto the grid for others to use. When there is more power flowing than you need, you can draw from the grid to supplement your needs. This is called net metering, and it allows you to offset any additional costs associated with installing solar panels on your home by selling excess energy back to utilities at fair market value.

Rooftop Solar Systems

The most common solar energy systems are rooftop panels. These systems are installed on the roof of your home to produce energy. There are various options for the panels that you can have installed on your roof. These can be roof tiles and different types of panels. These options can give you aesthetics or more economical solar energy solutions for your home. 

Solar Energy System Installation

 Solar energy systems can be installed in a few different ways. Some systems are grid-tied and produce electricity that goes into the power grid. This can be a good option for homeowners who want to reduce their energy bills but don't want to go completely off the grid. Grid-tied solar panels can also help offset some of your home's electricity usage during peak hours.

Other homeowners prefer to go off the grid by installing a stand-alone system that produces all of the electricity needed by the home. This is usually done by installing multiple solar panels on the roof and storing power in batteries for use when it's needed.

Solar Panel Installation Process: Here are some steps involved in installing solar panels on your home:

  • Site Assessment
  • Roof Inspection
  • Solar Panel Installation 
  • Electrical Wiring 
  • Battery Storage 
  • Monitoring System

After the system has been installed on your home, you will be able to enjoy clean energy for years. 

For more information, contact a company like Evergreen Renewables.