Why you should switch to Green Energy
Green energy is renewable energy.
It comes from renewable sources like the wind, sun, and sea. The fact they’re renewable means we’ll never run out of them.
The best thing about taking energy from these natural resources is that they’re cleaner and healthier. Plus, they’ll be here for us for generations to come!
Energy in abundance
We’re all aware that burning fossil fuels for our energy isn’t a sustainable solution. The earths natural resources are expendable, so to future proof our businesses and institutions we’ll need to look to renewable energy. Solar panels are a great alternative as the energy generated from them can be used to offset our reliance on fossil fuels and reduce residential and commercial energy costs during the global energy crisis.
More control over your own energy
With our installations, we’ll make it easier than ever to monitor and maintain your energy usage. Accessing information about our energy consumption can help you become more conscientious and identify unnecessary expenditure of energy. In turn, you’ll be able to reduce the cost of living and running a business while benefiting the well-being of our planet.
Better for our health
Switching to clean, renewable energy solutions has distinct benefit to public health. Reducing our fossil fuel consumption and switching to alternatives like solar will reduce the emission of harmful gases like nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide and carbon dioxide. These emissions not only contribute to global warming, but also increase the likelihood of heart attacks, asthma exacerbations and hospitalization for cardiovascular and respiratory issues.
Cheaper to run
As the cost of fossil fuels increases, so too does the cost of the energy it produces. You can offset these costs today by switching to greener, renewable energy solutions. During the winter months, you can reduce the amount of energy you draw from the national electrical grid using solar panels and in some cases, even run your home or small business mostly independent of the grid during the summer.