Floating solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are an evolving technology where PV panels actually float on bodies of water. The technology is similar to ground-mounted PV panels, except that they float on the water, rather than being installed on land.
Net metering is a process that allows the unused electricity that privately owned solar panels, wind generators, and other forms of renewable energy generation are creating to be redistributed back into the shared power grid.
Are you surprised to learn that your hair dryer uses more energy than your refrigerator or washing machine? Using energy efficient appliances and making a few small changes can make a huge difference in your monthly energy consumption. Read on for more surprising details.
Before deciding to go solar, you’ll likely have many questions. One of the most common is: will the panels damage my roof? The short answer is that roof damage is extremely rare. It is important to choose an experienced solar provider to help avoid this concern.
2018 was the Year of Climate Action, according to the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources in Singapore. And with worldwide efforts catching on - like banning plastic straws and lids, ongoing green energy initiatives, and corporations continuing to reduce their carbon emissions, there's more urgency than ever to take action.