There’ve been many conversations surrounding the idea of climate change recently and a number of homeowners have been looking towards solar energy systems to combat climate change. These systems are at the forefront of renewable energy but they’re also surrounded in some mysticism. Here are three of the most common myths about solar power debunked.
Solar Panels Don’t Work Well In Colder Climates
Solar panels do work well in a cold and sunny climate. Higher temperatures can actually affect the efficiency of the panels. Under optimal conditions, a solar panel will operate in cool and cold temperatures to improve electricity flow and improve conductivity.
I Won’t See Any Returns If I’m Moving Soon
The payback period for solar panels in some parts of the world can be just six years. Even if you live in an area where solar panels will not be operating at peak efficiency, you can see …