Solisgrids has published a new article entitled Self-sufficient Sustainable Power – Ecological Renewable Solutions Lowering Household Costs, which sheds light on the most important aspects of reducing household energy bills for UK homeowners, and how the 8000 watts off grid power system could go a long way in assisting the switch from conventional fossil fuels to more sustainable energy.
UK households worried about global warming, rising energy costs and the environmental impact of fossil fuels and other interested individuals can view the full article at: https://www.solisgrids.co.uk
With fossil fuel sources running lower day by day, the act of burning fossil fuels releasing carbon dioxide greenhouse gases into the atmosphere continuing to influence the global warming statistics, sustainable renewable energy has become a big topic.
Seen on TV, social media and in print, solar power and other renewable, sustainable energies it seems are the future. For homeowners concerned with environmental impact and global warming the article includes several interesting pieces of information, one in particular is Solar PV is now the cheapest source of electricity anywhere.
Covid-19 swept around the world like wildfire and changed the way people live and work. Businesses closed, jobs lost, and a steady rise in business switching from bricks and mortar to online, along with individuals pivoting to work from home. COVID-19 saw solar installation numbers drop sharply after lock down measures were put in place. Residential installations shot back up once the first lock down ended and the increase in people working from home.
For those at home, sustainable usable energy solves the issue of increased energy consumption. Going off grid with a 8000 watts off grid power solution and solar array is not only sustainable and ecologically green but will provide savings on household bills, increased savings when any surplus energy is sent back to the grid in the case of a partial off grid systems.
Self-sufficiency with a complete off grid power solution is a practical way to reduce household environmental impact, and is the solution for energy provision of any household in remote areas where the supply could be temperamental, or access to mains grid is not possible.
It is important to contact professional installers who will make an assessment, work out the type of solar PV system required and advise on total set up costs. Generally, the more electricity the power system can generate, the higher the initial installation costs will be. However, the savings will also be higher in the long run.
Solar panels could potentially reduce household monthly energy bills by 50%. Installation of a solar battery could increase energy saving by storing any surplus energy going to waste in the daytime when not at home. Solar power only works during the daytime so anyone who stays at home in the day will use more of the electricity generated when panels are most active, compared to those who are only home in the evening.
The larger the solar battery the more energy can be stored and the higher the energy cost saving available. The more solar panels the greater amount of electricity that can be generated. From the 1st of January 2020 the Smart Export Guarantee (SEG) was launched replacing the Feed-in Tariff, meaning those partially off grid save more money by sending surplus energy back into the grid, so a solar battery to store surplus energy is a good investment.
In discussing the article’s creation, Helen Taylor, Founder at Solisgrids said:
“Global warming effects everyone, anything individuals can do to slow that impact secures the future for generations to come.”
Readers of Solisgrids will notice the article takes a familiar tone, which has been described as ‘Super relevant ‘.
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Solisgrids now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on finding out where people stand on global warming, fossil fuels and the switch to sustainable energies. The reason is simply to start a discussion around sustainable living which has implications for everyone on the planet.
Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Solisgrids via their website at: https://www.solisgrids.co.uk
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