Being a Hawaiian has a lot of benefits; we have year-round sun and great weather. Our year-round sun gives us a great amount of opportunity to go solar as well. By switching to solar energy in Maui, you cast a vote to help the Earth in the fight against climate change.

With all that in mind, here are some of the benefits of going solar in Maui and how local solar installers can help you build a sustainable future.

1. A Renewable Energy Source

The sun has been around longer than the Earth has, and did you know that with all the energy the sun produces within 1 hour, it is enough to power the Earth for centuries.

Sunlight can be harnessed in every area in the world and is available every day. Unlike fossil fuels, solar energy is limitless, clean, and is at our disposal.

Being a Hawaiian, you can get the most use out of the sun by going solar, and by going solar you will also be helping out our planet in the fight against climate change.

It’s our turn to use renewable energy resources such as solar power to build a brighter future, rather than following the road we currently have with fossil fuels.

2. Reduces Your Electricity Bills

This is why you’re here right? With the amount of power your solar panels produce, your energy bills will drop. By how much you may ask? Well, it depends on a lot of factors, such as the way your roof is facing the sun, and how much energy your household uses.

But by any measure, you save up to 40% on your annual expenditure on energy. With those savings, you can invest in other ventures that you’re interested in – or just save that money for a rainy day. It’s up to you.

Before you begin installing your solar panels, a solar panel electrician can guide you

over how much solar power your home can approximately produce, and give you the honest answer to how much you could possibly save. It all depends on your home’s energy expenditure and the amount of sunlight that reaches your home.

3. Diverse Applications

The energy your solar panels produce can be used for a variety of purposes. If you have a hot tub or pool, you can even use solar panels to produce heat (solar thermal energy).

In some remote areas within the world, they use solar energy and solar thermal energy to distill water and heat their water as well. If you’re keen on space technology, the satellites that help us with our GPS, Data Technology, and Weatherology are all powered by solar energy.

4. Low Maintenance Costs

Your solar panels don’t require a lot of maintenance, an annual checkup and cleaning of your solar panels is enough. Since there are no moving parts to your solar system and panels, there is no wear and tear.

By switching to solar energy in Maui. Just know that you’re casting a vote for a better future for your family, your wallet, and the Earth.

If you’re interested in switching to solar energy, and you want to learn more about what you can do to start the process, reach out to WikiWiki Solar & Electric at (808) 244-9454 or you can fill out this form.

We hope to hear from you soon!