The Real Questions For Home Solar

by:Longsun     2020-04-15
The basics of solar power are simple. Panels on the roof of a house turn sunlight into electricity or heat water. That electricity then goes into batteries or gets fed back into the meter. However, for some reason, people feel as if they have to understand the mechanics of the process to be able to make a decision concerning the technology. Initially, that seems reasonable. After all, this is new technology. Well, actually, the first photovoltaic cell was created in the late 1800s. So, it isn't new. Although, it would be fair to say that it has only become efficient enough in the last thirty years to be a viable option. The break down in that line of thinking is that most people on the street are no more likely capable of building an electric generator than they are a solar panel. It is not really about the technology. The work of a solar installer is no more mysterious than the work of an electrician of a computer repair technician. The lack of understanding of the specifics of a computer doesn't seem to be an inhibition against owning one. What remains is the real mystery. People wonder about the cost of solar. What is required in the upkeep of the system? What does the consumer have to do? What costs will there be that are not there with traditional electric power? Also, there is the simple question of the benefit provided by solar. The typical home system costs between eighteen and forty thousand dollars. Although numerous local, state and federal programs offer tax incentives for going green with solar power. There are also a number of companies that offer creative financing for systems. Upkeep can be a little more involved. Roof maintenance is certainly more difficult with all that solar equipment in the way. In cold climates, solar panels heating water can freeze, which necessitates the use of anti-freeze. Also, having a single solar panel go out can drop the production of the entire system by more than a quarter, so that needs to be monitored. If the system has a battery backup, those batteries need periodic checking for fluid level. Fortunately, most solar systems come with a twenty five year warranty. The benefit of the system is free power, for photovoltaic, or free hot water. The value of that is directly related to the cost of electricity from the local utility grid. Since most utility company pricing is vulnerable to oil price considerations, it is unlikely, with diminishing fossil fuel reserves, that those prices will go any direction but up. Taking the projected power output of the system and multiplying that by the current cost from the grid and projecting a reasonable rate increase percentage, gives a good idea how quickly the system pays for itself. After that, it's pure cost savings. Ultimately, the downside of home solar is the upfront cash outlay. After that, it can add a few simple routine maintenance tasks to the homeowner. If something should break in the first twenty five years, it is a simple warranty call. After that, hopefully, there will be some new technology or incredibly more efficient technology that will make just as much sense to upgrade to as solar does today.
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