1. Why Solar?
Solar energy is the cleanest and most inexhaustible form of all known energy sources. It’s a choice with many benefits.
Solar Energy reduces your current and future energy costs. Most of our clients zero out their energy bill at the end of the first year.
Solar energy can be used to heat and power your home, but it has almost no impact on the global climate. By comparison, electricity generated by power plants produces carbon dioxide emissions that scientists say pose serious threats to the environment.
While nonrenewable energy sources like oil, gas and coal are becoming increasingly scarce, the sun’s energy is limitless. Wherever sunlight shines, the solar energy can be generated.
The solar energy can be use for hot water system for home, for hospital, and for large project like hotel and school. Also solar energy can be change into the electrical power for many applications.
Rapidly growing market
Most of people still use the traditional energy like oil, gas and coal, and the cost of them will higher and higher in the future.
People will turn to use the solar energy more and more, also the solar market is just at beginning, so it will be growing fast.
2. There are currently three primary solar technologies:
Solar thermal systems provide heat for hot water and space-heating systems for residential or commercial buildings, and can provide energy for air-conditioning in many commercial applications.
Solar (photovoltaic) energy allows electricity to be produced in the place where it is consumed, a practice known as distributed generation. Sunlight hours often coincide with peak power demand, so solar panels produce electricity when it is most needed. Reducing peak load through large-scale solar generation improves air quality and reduces the need for new polluting power plants.
Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) is a solar thermal technology that can provide electricity at utility scale for central power plants.