The other day I read a comment on an article about finding new ways to create energy so we wouldn’t have to use oil. One comment was more about how to reduce the use of electricity. He said if there was a new law that was passed that all new buildings built had to run on solar energy, that would solve a lot of future problems our world (or country) would face.
Technically I think that would be a law that each state would have to pass, but either way, I agree that going solar has a lot of benefits. Not only does it help the environment, but it also saves the owner of the property money in the long run.
Yes it costs some money to get started, but it’s an investment, and if you make payments on your new solar equipment at first, eventually you won’t have any payments at all, and you also won’t have an electric bill.
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If I was in my forever home (which has yet to happen) I would definitely put a few solar panels up on my house to reduce (or remove) the cost of electricity per month. In a house in southern california, it is typical to spend at least $100 per month on electricity. When we owned our house, I think our smallest electric bill was around $50, but that was the smallest. Imagine saving about $100 per month? That adds up to $1200 per year! And that means $24,000 after 20 years. Imagine if you invested that savings in a CD or something? You could end up with a much better retirement simply by going solar.
And like I said before, it’s better for the environment.
The sun is already there, we might as well use it! 😉
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