Sometimes I feel like no matter how much I write about (or talk about) alternative energy solutions, the ideas fall on deaf ears. Of course, I am not referring to our own community, but rather those on the “outside” who need to learn that there are other options available. With some of the new solar technology coming to market right now, it’s not difficult to become completely energy independent. Perhaps some of the oppositions faced by alternative energy is simply because people do not understand enough about the technology. Maybe it’s because most people are wary of change. It could be the high initial costs typically associated with installing alternative energy solutions. Or maybe, it’s some combination of all these reasons conspiring to keep alternative energy in a dark corner labeled as a “fad” that will dissipate soon. Today, I would like to provide real evidence that alternative energy on a small scale is not a fad. In fact, it is the future of power generation for business and residential customers alike.
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