blue jeans & sunshine ain't goin' nowhere.
People said the same thing about blue jeans that they’re now saying about solar energy. They won’t last. They can’t stay in style forever. It’s just a trend. Only certain people will wear them. Well, more than 200 years after being invented, blue jeans are still here, and frankly, going stronger than ever (jeggings, anyone?)
It’s the same with solar energy and the panels that bring us the energy from the sun. Both the energy and the equipment are subject to great debate these days, and people are saying a lot of the same things. It’s a trend, a fad, only certain people will use them. Perhaps it is this very kind of thinking that winds up making good things better. Why? Because over the course of the last year, more new solar delivery systems (panels, water heaters, farms, arrays, and more) have experienced unequaled progress from any other time in the history of solar technology.
So, while you’re out there hearing about the partisanship, the pundits, the pros, the cons, the lobbyists, and the opponents of solar energy talk, remember: the sun’s not going anywhere, and the best incentive aside from it being a renewable source of energy is that it doesn’t pose incredible dangers like nuclear energy does. If you have your doubts about this fact, catch up with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan and ask him how he feels about solar energy–He did a nearly instant about-face on nuclear energy policy and declared solar energy the essential answer to Japan’s energy needs in the aftermath of the horrific earthquake that rocked the island nation to it’s nuclear core.
Solar energy in Arizona is a no-brainer. It supports local businesses, makes use of local resources (that just happen to be splendidly renewable and endless), and it lowers the cost of living for its residents. What more can you ask of an energy source?
When you’re ready to find out about your options for solar panels in Phoenix or get an estimate on a solar water heater installation in Mesa or anywhere else in the valley, give us a call. Adair Solar Company in Mesa has been in the solar energy industry for 35 years–so we know what’s best for your home AND your wallet. Give us a call today for a free, in-home consultation: (480) 827-1162.