Blue Flower

What is Solar Power? 

How will it work with my House? Can I use it for my electricity or is it just for my hot water? What happens when there are too many cloudy days in a row? How much sun light do I need to make this work? 

These are some of the many questions we get when  people start to look at Solar power. The truth is there are many different factors involved when determining the best alternative energy plan for you. 

But the best thing about Solar (and Wind) is that they're sustainable. If you live in the Northeast or Canada this is extremly important. How many of you are bracing for a long cold winter and extremely high Oil bills. You could convert to some other source like wood or electric but both of those are dependent on other resources (oil) so it'll only be a matter of time before their prices are just as high. 

That's why Solar is so key. It's sustainable and it's not dependent upon oil. Your prices won't rise every year.  

In this image below you'll see what a typical Solar panel will look like. They can be on the ground or on your roof. It all depends on your location and the sun.