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Did you know that the energy sun provides to the earth for one hour could meet the global energy needs for one year. Undoubtedly, the sun is a powerful energy source, and even though we are not able but to collect a fraction of this energy, yet harnessing this power by installing solar panels can make a significant difference to the planet.

While it has been widely criticised for being expensive or inefficient, solar energy has now proved to be extremely beneficial - not only for the environment but also for the private economy.

Thanks to available solar panel grants, as well as, the increasingly competitive prices in the market, solar energy has become the main source of energy for more and more families. The technology has been drastically improved the last years and has been complemented by solar battery storage systems, turning solar into a significantly more efficient source of clean energy. However, there are always downsides no matter the energy source you choose to analyse.

If you are still on the fence about whether solar panels are the right solution for you, in this video we will go through 9 pros and 7 cons of solar panel systems. Solar panels are a great green solution towards your home improvement, however, where there are advantages there are also disadvantages. Solar panels have become increasingly popular in the domestic market, and with good reason. The way a solar PV system works is by converting sunlight into electricity. For a typical household, solar panels could save around one tonne of carbon dioxide per year, which means just one installation can offset approximately 25 tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime.

You can reduce your utility bills. Moneywise, this is a potential saving of 270 pounds on your bills, annually. Although, the actual amount you will save would depend on several factors, such as: your power consumption, the price you pay for electricity and the amount of sunshine hours your house gets. Solar panels have a long product lifespan. You can expect your solar panels to have a lifespan of 25-30 years, and most reputable manufacturers offer product warranties of 10-25 years.

Little maintenance is required. And when it comes to keeping them clean, rainwater is usually enough to get rid of dust or grime, which could otherwise hamper their production ability. Solar panels are silent. Solar panels can increase your property value. Solar panels can potentially increase the value of your property because of all the benefits that come with them. Naturally, the size of the system will affect just how much the value will increase. When it comes to the transfer of ownership, bear in mind that different families will have different energy expenditure habits.

So, one system may be adequate for some families and inadequate for others. You can easily scale up your system size. The size of your system will depend on your energy needs and goal.