Great Britain is no stranger to environmental changes. In fact, the last 50 years have shown and incredible change in both climate and weather patterns. According to British scientists and meteorologists, the planet is indeed getting warmer. This is evident of polar caps melting in the Antarctic, along with wetlands drying up and spreading inland. While this is certainly a major cause of concern, countless citizens and residents are reaping the awards of solar based and renewable energies. With close to 40% of the population now utilizing solar panels, harnessing energy from the sun and other heat sources continues to soar in national popularity.
order to understand the growing trend of alternative and renewable energy
options, we must first dissect the regions that receive abundant or little to no
sunlight. Based on recent reports, London and the South of England have one main
thing in common. This is the lack of sunlight due to constant overcast and
precipitation. In fact, London and a number of southern-based cities receive
30-40% less sunshine than other parts of the country. It would seem that
Blackpool and other resort areas should receive plenty of sun during the summer
or scorching months. While this is true, the area is blanketed by clouds during
the autumn, winter, and partial spring months. To effectively combat this
problem and pocket the heat for homes and business, many owners have installed
solar PV panels.
there are now 42% of homes and businesses with solar panels installed.
Southampton has about 30%, along with Blackpool at 41%. While these numbers are
promising, the hope is that every commercial and residential establishment will
tap into these cost and energy efficient savings. With expertly installed
panels, your property will remain nice and warm during those frigid months. This
is because the panels store solar energy and heat that can be utilized in the
upcoming months. Now is simply the time to invest in feedin tariff programs and
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