What are Solar Panels Used for?
Solar panels harvest energy from the sun and convert it into mechanical or electrical energy that can be stored in batteries or used as a direct source for power. The size, type, and number of solar panels determine how much energy they produce and in our case in Orlando, it is often enough to run a small residential home.
The electricity produced by solar panels can be used to power your homes or the appliances in your homes. Most commonly, they are used to power air conditioning or heating appliances to reduce the cost of electricity bills. These panels are becoming vastly popular, especially among homeowners in Apopka, Lake Nona, Horizons West and Winter Garden, as it holds multiple, long-term benefits.
Solar panels are also spreading in the corporate world because they are a sustainable, green option to produce electricity and have significantly longer lives. The upfront cost of solar panels is high but it helps you save a lot on energy bills in the future.
If you are looking to install solar panels in your home, it is best to understand what the main disadvantages of solar energy panels are, alongside the advantages that we always post on our website and blog.
In this article, we will discuss some of the most dominant disadvantages of solar energy that every homeowner must look into before investing in solar energy.