Pros And Cons Of Solar Power

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Margarette de Castro
Professor Medrano
English 301
12 March 2018
Solar Power
You might be familiar with the rising cost of powering your home with traditional energy sources, such as the electric company. While solar energy has an upfront investment, it is a renewable resource that pays for itself overtime. You’d be shocked to know how little sun is required to power an entire home efficiently and cost-effectively. What is solar power? Solar Power is energy from the sun that is converted into thermal or electrical energy which we could use as a powerhouse of our homes. In the picture, it shows a light bulb which is a light to our home, and inside of the bulb is solar panels which are devices that convert light into electricity. We can also see grass and clear blue
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In the picture, it shows the weighing of having solar power and its disadvantage. On the left side, there are trees and solar panels which we can conclude that if we use solar power, we are saving our environment, while on the other hand, we have a huge solar sign that tells us that it will be very expensive. Solar power is arguably the cleanest, most reliable form of renewable energy available, and it can be used in several forms to help power your home or business. Another good thing about solar energy is that it can be used anytime or as long as the sun exists. The disadvantage of having a solar power is that Even though solar cell panels are readily available in most hardware stores and the internet, not everyone is still capable of installing the devices properly. The initial setup costs may be very expensive for some individuals. The solar power may tend to fluctuate depending on the sunlight available; therefore, It is important that you weigh the potential of having your own setup. You should consider the things you need to power, your location and your budget. This is an example of Logos because it gives the logic and reasons of whether or not to get solar
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