Did you know that one KWh of solar energy operates a 100 watt light for 10 hours? Also, 1 kilowatt of solar energy produces 1,600 kilowatt hours annually in a sunny weather and 750 kilowatt in a cloudy weather.
No wonder solar energy is gaining recognition as the average energy bill in the Australia was $103 in 2008. In the next few lines, we'll discuss the definition of solar lights and how it reduces monthly bill and pollution.
Benefits Solar Lighting:
1.4 billion people around the world live in equatorial areas where the sun fades quickly, thus producing little moment of twilight. Therefore, buying solar energy based lamp that receives energy during the day and provides lighting during the night means there's no need to spend money on kerosene to light traditional lamps, thus there's a big room for saving.
The amount of energy produced from solar panels will depend on angle in which your roof is tilted, the orientation of the roof and the place where your house is located – whether it receives a good amount of sunlight or not. Hence, you should make sure that the solar panels are not installed in places which get a large amount of shade, either from walls, chimneys or trees.
Furthermore, as installing solar panels is an extremely important decision, you should make sure that you do a complete research before choosing the perfect solar panel installer for your house.