Solar Power is Australians’ Most Preferred Energy Source

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Solar Power is Australians’ Most Preferred Energy Source

Australian Rooftop Solar Power Installations have set a new record of 207 MW in the month of October, beating the previous benchmark by 15% and with new records set in four different states.

Australia is one of the TOP 10 countries with the highest use and production of solar power in the world. Focused on protecting the environment, managing energy and supporting renewable energy, with data from 2018, it produces about 12.2 GW.

More and more Australians are choosing to join the solar movement and install solar panels on their rooftops or gardens. We are the first country in the world with the largest number of facilities of this type, with more than 2.2 million homes operating with solar energy.

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This not only leads to improved energy management by households, but it has significantly reduced the emission of harmful gases by Australians to the ozone layer.

So yes, we can definitely say that solar power is Australians’ favourite renewable energy source.

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The data on The Climate of the Nation Report reveals its popularity and how Australians increasingly advocate for this type of energy to progressively eliminate those most polluting models, such as coal.

The Climate of the Nation Report is a survey conducted by The Australian Institute (TAI), has been studying Australians’ views and attitudes towards climate change and the environment for years.

And in fact, this year, despite the fact that Covid 19 being a major concern, people have not forgotten about our planet.

”Almost 60% of Australians choose solar power
as their favorite renewable energy”

The results of this survey show how Australians believe that we should be among the first to take action to improve the environment by reducing pollution and supporting renewable energy such as solar.

In fact; Seven in ten Australians (71%) want Australia to be a global leader in finding solutions to climate change, a jump of 9 percentage points from 2019.

Almost 60% of Australians choose solar energy as their favourite over the rest, followed by wind and hydraulic energy.

And you, are you thinking of joining the solar energy bandwagon? Keep reading and you will see the benefits of Solar.

Why over 2 millions of Australians prefer solar power?

Solar energy requires an initial investment to be able to carry it out, but comparatively, it is a type of energy that reduces household energy costs, which contributes to family savings as well as being beneficial and non-polluting for the environment.

Here are some of the many reasons why Australians prefer solar power:

Australia is a country that, due to its environmental conditions, can really take advantage of its climate. Australians’ hours of sunshine can help to reduce our impact on the planet and improve the quality of life of its population by using this type of energy source. We just need to take action now.

Can Solar Power a house?

The energy from the solar panels can certainly provide the electricity you need to power your home. The number of Solar Panels that you need will depend on the size of your home and the size of the space in your roof to install the solar panels.

A Solar specialist can easily help you measure how many panels you would need for your house and supply a solar system that will cover your power needs.

Some of the elements that you have to take into account when calculating how many solar panels you need for your home are:

What is true without a doubt is that, thanks to the energy provided by solar panels, you can save a lot on your electricity bill.

You can also estimate how many solar panels you need for your home based on your household consumption:

This is a general approach, and you can check our solar calculator to have a better estimate on how much solar can help you save. If are ready to go one step further and request more specific data for your situation, do not hesitate to contact us; we can answer all your questions about solar. 

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