Solar Appreciation Day

Worldwide, Each year, we celebrate Solar Appreciation Day on March 11th. Solar energy is light and heat from the Sun collected using solar water heating, photovoltaics, solar thermal energy, solar architecture, and more. During this day, you can learn more about solar technology. Granted, this is something you can learn any day. However, during the appreciation day, there is an emphasis on solar energy’s importance, independence, and sustainability it brings.

There are many benefits of the sun. The sun takes center stage from warming the seas to stirring up the atmosphere or generating weather patterns. The sun also gives energy to plants giving people and animals food. Did you know the sun releases serotonin, a chemical that cheers you up? Apart from making you happy, solar energy is at the center of green energy discussion.

Solar power is one of the newest forms of energy. There’s a lot of curiosity and interest surrounding it. Mostly because of the benefits that solar energy has to the environment and the low costs that it boasts.

One of the things you can do during Solar Appreciation Day is to learn about the advantages of energy. You can also research more on the topic to have a broader understanding. Solar power is praised for providing clean and sustainable energy. It is also reliable, and it lowers the cost of electricity for homes and businesses alike. Installing solar energy also gives businesses a chance to enjoy tax cuts or rebates. Also, using solar power exempts you from price and demand fluctuations. 

Did you know that fossil fuels negatively impact the environment in pursuit to power the world? They result in water pollution from spillage, harmful emissions even before they are burned, and global warming. However, solar power is clean energy because it does not harm the environment. The resource is also readily available in most parts of the globe, and it cannot be metered to cause a spike in prices.

To learn more about Solar Energy click here: Solar Power 101: Complete Guide to Solar Energy | EnergySage

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