Whether solar panels are reliable or not has been up for debate since the industry first emerged. Some have concerns over the performance of the panels themselves (especially in winter) and others doubt the dependability of solar power as a source of energy entirely.
Though the worries were in fact valid in the early days of solar panel production, these issues have been eradicated in recent years – thanks to advancements in technology and policy. Solar panels have come a long way, prompting 2 million American homeowners to make the switch to solar. But homeowners aren’t the only ones who rely on solar energy – corporations big and small have realized the benefits of solar arrays, as well.
But is solar power reliable enough? Let’s take a closer look to examine how solar energy is produced and whether you should depend on it as your primary energy source.
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