Affordable Solar Panels help Louisiana Residents save on bills and support Green Energyby DAVIS BROWN PRC Agency
Louisiana Solar is a Louisiana owned and operated company that specializes in solar panel installation. Louisiana residents can now reduce or eliminate their electric bills by generating their own electricity with residential solar panels. The sun produces enough energy in one minute to power the whole planet for a year. Over the last decade the efficiency of solar panels has increased by leaps and bounds. By using a hybrid system of rechargeable batteries and tie into electrical grids, homeowners can produce enough energy in summer months to eliminate their entire bill, as well as a surplus to feed back to their electric company for a credit. The credits on the account help to eliminate the electric bill in the winter months when the days are shorter.
Typically, solar panel systems start at around $15,000 in installation costs for a small home and go up from their depending on the amount of electricity being used by the home. More electricity needed equates to more equipment needed, which is the reason for the range in costs. Now, however, Louisiana homeowners can benefit from a program that requires no money down for installation for a cost of as low as $99 per month for a small system. Often this is in lieu of the whole electric bill, so many homeowners see a significant savings in their monthly bills from the start.
Solar energy also reduces our dependence on fossil fuels for electricity so that it can be better conserved for the thousands of other uses that it is needed for. Reducing use of fossil fuels also reduces the effect of harmful emissions on our environment. Using solar panels to provide energy to a home is a great way to help build a cleaner, more sustainable environment for future generations. Louisiana Solar allows you to both save on energy bills and help preserve our environment for generations to come.
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