Verengo Solar is Southern California’s leader in residential solar panel installations. They have consistently earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. To date, the systems they have installed have saved homeowners in excess of 255 million dollars in energy costs and helped reduce an enormous amount of carbon emissions in the environment.
Solar systems work by harnessing the sun’s heat and light energy through solar panels. Solar panels collect sunlight during the day and convert it to useable electricity. The systems are equipped with batteries that store the power that is not used during the day. That stored power can then be used at night and when no sunlight is available. Some utility companies will purchase excess solar power from homeowners through a credit on their electric bill. This can result in zero or almost zero utility charges every month if the homeowner decides to stay connected to electric as a backup to their solar power system.
Solar power systems emit no pollution, have no smell, run silently and require very little maintenance. This means that, as a result of more and more homeowners using solar energy, less greenhouse gasses are being dumped into the environment. Electric companies still use fossil fuels to produce electricity. Fossil fuel is not only expensive, and getting more expensive everyday, it releases greenhouse gases and causes acid rain. It is also believed that it contributes to global warming.
The more you look around these days, it seems like more and more people are doing their part to help the environment. In the beginning of the environmental movement, the big thing was recycling. For a while there, people were reluctant to switch over. Then it became a responsible, progressive decision. It was the hip thing to do. But now it has become commonplace. Before, you thought you were an advanced being by helping your community through recycling. But now it’s nothing special.
These days people are doing a whole lot more special stuff for the environment than recycling. At a residential level, they are constructing their homes in ways that are better for keeping hot and cold air in or out in the appropriate season. They are turning corners of their backyards into compost bins for recycling raw materials and keeping them out of landfills. They are even installing rainwater barrel systems to catch rainfall and save it for use in watering your lawn or garden. So what are you going to do to stay at the progressive forefront? It is about time to convert your energy system to Verengo Solar.
With the downturn in the economy, photovoltaic panels (solar panels) are once again quickly rising in popularity. With the ability to generate clean power by harnessing sunlight and converting it into electricity, Los Angeles solar panels allow homeowners to remove themselves completely from the power grid. Reducing dependency on using non-renewable fossil fuels helps the environment while eliminating utility bills.
Local, state and federal government agencies are working hard to encourage homeowners to install arrays of solar panels on their homes. Offering a variety of incentives from tax credits to rebates, these agencies want to make it easy for families to reduce the costs of using power in their homes.