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Photovoltaic Solar Panels Launches Resource Center To Spread The Word On Clean Energy

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Photovoltaic Solar Panels wants to help people understand that affordable clean energy is readily available to them in the here and now through the latest solar developments.

Malmo, Skane, Sweden – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Ever since Al Gore first set the debate alight with An Inconvenient Truth, a lot has changed. Global warming became climate change so that the effects could be more easily understood in public perception, and 98% of the scientific community agrees that manmade contributions can significantly affect the rate and severity of climate change. As such, the pressure is on for everyone to look at more sustainable energy sources than carbon-emitting fossil fuels. Solar Panels Photovoltaic is a website dedicated to promoting information that can help people make this transition.

The website features editorials on how solar panels work and the latest developments in solar power technology that makes panels more efficient than ever and capable of working even on cloudy days. They also explain useful facts including the ability to siphon excess power back into the national grid for a rebate that over time will pay for the cost of the initial installation.

The site also explains all the information people will need to install and use either on or off grid PV solar panels, including information on watts, amps and volts and calculations to estimate how much power people could be generating for their homes for free.

A spokesperson for Solar Panels Photovoltaic explained, “We think it is of paramount importance to the future of our planet that people start to consider green energy recourses to power homes, cities and vehicles, not just for our future but for generations to come. Solar power is the single most abundant renewable energy source out there; our planet bathes in it twenty four hours a day and we waste its potential when we don’t harvest it. This is why we at Solar Panels Photovoltaic believes that everyone must be aware of the choices they are making when deciding on dirty fossil fuel solutions instead of cleaner solar alternatives.”

About Solar Panels Photovoltaic:
The site has been designed to help people understand the pros and cons of solar power. Photovoltaic Solar Panels strive to educate and inform about this great clean energy alternative. Whether readers are thinking of installing solar panels or just curious about solar energy in general, the site will provide them with the answers they are looking for.

For more information about us, please visit http://solarpanelsphotovoltaic.net/

Contact Info:
Name: Milada Brodlova
Email: media@solarpanelsphotovoltaic.net
Phone: 46764304381
Organization: Photovoltaic Solar Panels

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