How does solar power benefit us, particularly during the summer months? Here are some of the ways where solar really comes into its own particularly when the weather is warmest.
Save more this summer
Above all, with longer daylight hours your panels get to absorb more of the sun’s rays. Similarly, this means that your system generates power at maximum efficiency, providing more energy for your vital home appliances.
As a result with your air conditioning working harder during the summer, this means you save on costs.
Since overall power demand during summer keeps increasing, your utility costs will naturally be higher. But there’s no reason to rely on the grid if your home can draw power from the sun. The result of offsetting conventional power in favor of solar, means you save big in the long term.
Power outages tend to be more prevalent with the high temperatures that occur during summer. With traditional power plants unable to cope, when the grid goes down it often takes days before power returns. With more of us working from home, this lack of connectivity is a massive problem.
With a solar power system in place homeowners gain security against these disruptions. Consequently, if you’re not reliant on the grid, blackouts present very much less of a problem.
Using battery backups
Solar power at home backed by a decent battery backup should get you through the brunt of any outages. If you already have a system on your roof, now is a great time to consider adding battery backups. Investing in solar battery storage enables you to take even more advantage of your solar system.
Net metering allows you to save even more
With the long summer days, a good solar system will generate more power than you can use. Utilizing a system known as net-metering, you automatically feed this excess energy back into the grid. This electricity that you return to your grid provider remains as a credit in your account. Your system thus acts as an investment allowing you to bank your excess power until you need it. When you draw grid energy during the night hours, you can make use of these credits to save money.
When you see your bill after each summer month, you will notice the difference right away.
The time to save is now
Summer is a prime season to test the mettle of your home’s solar power system. With longer days, more intense sunlight, and clearer weather, your system will be generating large amounts of power. When output spikes, savings multiply, and you get the most value out of your solar power investment.
How to make the move from grid to solar
While it may seem daunting to make the switch, it is a lot easier than you think.
Renewable Energy Corporations provide a completely obligation-free quote and assessment of your needs. We will apprise you of all the amazing savings solar can bring you and answer all of your questions.
Don’t let summer pass by with your roof still bereft of solar panels. Take advantage of this season to enjoy the benefits brought by the power of the sun.
Contact us online today and see why you should have a solar power system installed on your roof!
The US Utility Sector is experiencing massive power demands due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Disruptions could occur at any time.
With a properly installed Solar power supply:
- Your electricity feed will remain secure
- If the power goes down, you won’t be left in the dark
- All essential appliances will continue to work
- Wi-fi and internet connections will remain operational
- You will be unaffected by the inevitable increases in utility costs
- Remain safe and secure while continuing to work from home
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