How Converting to Solar Power Is Going To Save Your Money and the Environment

By: Muhammed Aladdin

Featured Image. Via Greentech Media.

With global climate change threatening our way of life, Egyptians should be more responsible when it comes to the environment! When it comes to environment-friendly decisions, options are not always readily available, or it is extremely costly; this is true for many things, but not for solar power.

One of the perks of living in a Saharan country is having the rays of the sun available almost every day of the year, and by using solar panels, renewable energy can be generated to provide you with free clean energy. Many pioneering solar service providers are offering to take your home or your business off the National grid, and instead apply a solar solution, thus, putting Egypt on a path of sustainability.

Solar panels being installed on the rooftop of a building. Via Business Insider.

Solar panels are installed on the rooftops of buildings, with their numbers varying according to your consumption, and a special solar meter is installed that allows you to use the Sun’s solar energy to power your day-to-day activities; in addition, the meter also stores some of the daylight energy to be used during the night, so you will not have to worry about power outage.

The best thing about all of this is that it is free; you will only pay for the panels and many companies offer installments schemes to help you through the transition. On the long run, this is much cheaper compared to conventional energy consumption. Such a step will help you save money off your electricity bill as well as do something positive for earth.

Egyptian engineers installing solar panels on the roof of a residential home.Via Egypt Today.

There are many service providers in Egypt, and if you want to know more about how you can make the switch; visit the websites of one of these leading companies Solariz Egypt, Cairo Solar, and HelioMisr.

Egyptian village operating on solar panels. Via The Inhabitant.

Changing one’s lifestyle is never easy, but if we keep treading on the path that we are on right now, without taking responsibility for our environmentally destructive behavior, life as we know it will never be the same.  We are reaching unprecedented levels of carbon emissions, plastic waste, and deforestation, and with a few responsible individuals we can make a change that can change the course of events and hopefully help mother earth heal.

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