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3 Invaluable Solar Panel Maintenance Tips to Make Them Last Longer

Solar energy is fast rising and taking over traditional power supply in many locale and even countries because of its numerous advantages.  Entire airports are now been powered by solar energy in countries and the stats are rising. Though solar power usage is stress free after installation, there is however the need to follow some […]

Top 7 Advantages of Solar Energy

Solar energy or power is simply the conversion of energy from natural sunlight into electricity. This is either done directly using photovoltaics (PV), indirectly using concentrated solar power, or a combination of both methods. The concentrated solar energy or power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight […]

Inverter Battery: 5 Invaluable Maintenance Tips

The search for alternate means of power supply will invariably bring you to Inverter and inverter batteries when looking at all available options. Inverter is basically an electronic circuit that changes DC to AC and vice versa. In itself, the inverter does not generate electric power; the power is supplied from the battery it works […]

World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Turned On in Abu Dhabi

Businesses and even nations are gradually switching to solar energy. The future of electricity is clean renewable energy and the shift has started on a large scale. Last month, BBC report states that in Britain, solar energy has overtaken, fossil fuels already. This has become a growing trend. As of today, the Noor Abu Dhabi […]

2019: Clean Electricity Has Overtaken Fossil Fuels in Britain

According to BBC, for the first time since the Industrial Revolution, Britain is obtaining more power from zero-carbon sources than fossil fuels. This shifted had been established five months ago, and from the looks of things, there will be a continuous rise. Data provided by National Grid shows that clean energy has moved ahead with 48% […]