Interesting Facts about Solar Energy in Kansas City


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Interesting Facts about Solar Energy That May Amaze You:

Interesting Facts about Solar Energy That May Amaze You


Solar power systems in home and offices helps combat greenhouse gas emissions and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. It also helps us save more on utility bills. Apart from this, there are many things that solar energy can offer. Here are some interesting facts on solar energy which can astonish you and make you think the need of solar power.


The average solar power will compensate 178 tons of CO2 over 30 years. That is: Eliminates the need of burning 174,907 pounds of coal Saves maximum amount of fuel used to drive 390,300 miles Conserves water used in the production of electricity that would fill 6.7 Olympic-sized swimming pools


Solar energy is the most abundant energy resource on earth. Nearly 173,000 terawatts of solar energy strikes the Earth i.e. more than 10,000 times the world's total energy use.


Another one of the more astonishing facts is that solar energy can be used to purify water. This property of solar energy may have been known by the Ancient Greeks, and was practiced by Persian alchemists in the 1500s. In certain areas, 60 to 70% of water used domestically for temperatures as high as 60 degree Celsius can be made available by solar heating.


Solar panels are virtually maintenance free since the batteries require no water and other regular service making it last for years. Once you install solar power, there are no recurring costs.


Planning to get solar energy system for your home? Get help from EnergyOne Solar. They have years of experience in residential and commercial solar energy installation in Kansas City. To learn more, visit or Call us now at 1-800-816-4453

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