Disadvantages and Advantages

Energy-saving is becoming an issue that has become more and more talked about lately. Well, one way to apply it is to install solar power system, using solar panel that utilise sunlight converted into electric power. With the latest innovations, now installing solar panels in housing is no longer a difficult thing to do. Some new housing also exists that provide this facility as one of the green features in the cluster.

There are many benefits that we can get if using the alternative energy of solar power, among them is reducing air pollution. Some power plants still use fuel oil and coal, which produces pollution. For those of you who already own a house and are considering installing solar panels, there are some disadvantages and advantages that need to be understood.

Advantages:

– Free energy
The sun provides a hot fuel that functions to power the electrical components system in your home. Only by accommodating the heat energy during the day, you can save a lot of costs used to pay utility bills.

– Clean energy production
Unlike coal-fired power, solar energy is driven by the solar heat that does not emit greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming.

Disadvantages:

– Inconsistent power source
The sun certainly does not shine 24 hours a day. In some homes whose locations are covered by trees or tall buildings will also be difficult to get the maximum sunlight. Even in summer though, sunlight is not always bright. It happens when covered by clouds. At certain times, your electric power intake may be reduced and this is a major drawback.

– Treatment
Running your own power, which means you must be ready to repair if at any time there is damage to the system. Solar panels should be cleaned regularly so that dirt and dust attached do not reduce electrical performance. If there is damage due to lightning and so forth you should also contact a qualified repairman immediately.