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Guest post from JNA Solar

Why should you plug into solar energy? Solar energy is one of the many answers to our global energy needs. The sun is free and shining with limitless abundance everyday. Solar is a natural, eco-friendly answer to providing renewable, affordable power through an ever expanding array of different products. Whether you need to light up your patio, heat the pool, water the garden or run your home or business, solar has an inexpensive alternative that is worth considering. When you see a product that includes a photo voltaic cell, you know it’s powered by the sun. It won’t be necessary to run a cord to power that product because it is designed to run for a duration of time on free, independent solar energy.

It’s really a dream come true to be able to operate a device without paying to run it off the electrical meter that counts every kilowatt and sends a monthly bill. We know the potential of plugging into solar energy is just getting started because the desire to lower the use of fossil fuels is only increasing with every passing year. Solar proliferation could significantly reduce the world’s fossil fuel usage and slow the cascade of problems associated with carbon emissions and global warming.

Solar is a win – win energy option. It has become more efficient and affordable for both individual homes and professional buildings. Choose solar when making your next big purchase for the home or office, it will pay for itself and reduce our carbon based energy usage as a society.

Read the original article at JNA Solar’s website.

JNA Solar offers grid-tied and off-grid residential and commercial solar systems, custom tailored to your needs. We have been serving California since 1996.

By John Fitzgerald Weaver

John Fitzgerald Weaver is a solar developer; known digitally as the 'Commercial Solar Guy.' As a project developer and installer, he’s sold and managed 50+ solar projects, valued over $25 million, ranging in size from 5kW to 1500kW. He’s been involved in many aspects of the solar supply chain –- as a company founder, developer, project manager, manufacturer, permit runner, salesman, contractor and financier. In his free time he tries to get away and clear his mind by climbing mountains, or more regularly by enjoying an IPA or scotch, and really loves the strange connection between politics, energy, finance, and environment in the energy world.

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