Celebrating World Energy Conservation Day

At Bombard Renewable Energy, we love celebrating holidays and observances related to going green and saving energy, which is why we’re celebrating World Energy Conservation Day today!

World Energy Conservation Day is celebrated globally on December 14th to highlight the importance of energy preservation and how we can improve our green initiatives in our day-to-day lives. This day sheds a light on the urgency of the need for energy conservation, energy efficiency, and energy use. Residential solar installation is just one of the many ways you can conserve energy.

Some reasons residents should consider having a solar home include the following: 

  1. Use Natural Resources

Solar energy is one of the world’s largest natural resources. In fact, it doesn’t emit any pollutants whether it’s produced or consumed. People around the world are building solar homes because it’s a way to use the natural resource we already have, which have been proven to be more efficient.

  1. Save Money

The use of home solar power systems has grown tremendously, and the price of panels is decreasing. In fact, many government and renewable energy companies are offering grants and incentives for the installation of solar panels. You should see a payback between 6 and 8 years of your solar panel installation.

  1. Little to No Maintenance

Solar panels in homes require little to no maintenance throughout the year, depending on where you live. Once the panels are installed, you just need to check whether trees are beginning to shade them.

On World Energy Conservation Day – and every day – we’re committed to making sure residents have the highest quality solar panels so we can help them not only save money in the long run, but to use the natural resources we already have so that we can contribute to an overall cleaner earth.

If you’re ready to celebrate World Energy Conservation Day in a real way, consider your own solar panel installation on your home! Reach out to us for a free quote to get started.

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