Solar Power Provider Sleek Low Profile Panels Longevity Report Launched

A new report has been launched about the longevity of solar panels by SolarCity. SolarCity is America's largest solar power provider and offers solar panels to residential and business customers.

SolarCity have launched a new report outlining the life span of solar panels. SolarCity is a company that offers affordable solar power products to residential and business customers throughout the United States.

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SolarCity was founded in 2006 and is America’s largest solar power provider. The site explains that they have revolutionized the way energy is delivered by providing homeowners, businesses, schools and government with an affordable and sustainable electricity alternative.

The website features a variety of solar energy related reports and as part of their Facts of Light series, they have released a report on how long solar panels last for. The report explains that in today’s throwaway society, where most items such as mobile phones and laptops only last for a few years, solar panels are actually very long lived.

The report continues to explain that solar panels have very few moving parts and are free from digital processors and other delicate items. The solar panels sit in one place and absorb the sun with very little maintenance needed, therefor the useful life of solar panels is around 35 years.

SolarCity offer modern, low profile designed panels with a premium front trim designed to make the solar panels integrate stylishly into the customers roof. The team at SolarCity is constantly pushing design boundaries to ensure sleek panels that seamlessly fit to roofs.

Solar panels work by absorbing the suns energy and channeling it through wires to an inverter. The inverter is where the nervy is converted to electricity that will power customers homes and businesses. Any excess gets absorbed by the grid.

There are many benefits to be gained from installing solar panels in a home or business. Firstly, it’s a money saving option because the energy is free from the sun. It also benefits the environment by offsetting C02. The average SolarCity system will offset 178 tones of C02 over 30 years.

Those wishing to find out more about SolarCity can visit the website on the link provided above.

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