25 Things You Didn't Know About Solar

  1. Solar energy is the most abundant source of energy on Earth.
  2. The first solar cell was invented in 1883.
  3. Solar power technology was first used in space satellites.
  4. Solar panels can still produce energy on cloudy days.
  5. Solar panels can last up to 25-30 years.
  6. Solar panels can produce electricity for up to 6 hours after the sun goes down.
  7. The price of solar panels has dropped by over 70% in the last decade.
  8. There are over 2 million solar installations in the United States alone.
  9. The largest solar farm in the world is in China.
  10. The sun produces enough energy in one hour to power the entire world for a year.
  11. The amount of solar energy that hits the Earth in one day is greater than the total energy used by the entire world in one year.
  12. Solar power is the fastest-growing source of energy in the world.
  13. The first solar-powered car was built in 1955.
  14. Solar energy is renewable and sustainable.
  15. Solar panels require very little maintenance.
  16. Solar panels are becoming more efficient every year.
  17. Solar energy can be used to power homes, businesses, and even entire cities.
  18. Solar power reduces greenhouse gas emissions and helps combat climate change.
  19. Solar power creates jobs in the renewable energy industry.
  20. Solar panels are made from silicon, a plentiful and inexpensive material.
  21. Solar energy can be used to heat water as well as generate electricity.
  22. The International Space Station is powered by solar panels.
  23. The energy produced by the sun is free and abundant.
  24. Solar panels are more efficient in cooler temperatures.
  25. The first solar-powered aircraft flew around the world in 2016.
In a world where sustainable alternatives are gaining increasing importance, one form of energy stands out as a beacon of hope: solar energy. At Guardian Home Energy, the sun, our ultimate source of light and warmth, holds an immense potential to provide clean and renewable power for our planet. As we strive to reduce our carbon footprint and combat the pressing challenges of climate change, solar energy emerges as a transformative solution.

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