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3 reasons why Ukrainians should install solar panels

Katerina Belousova

Solar PV devices can power any building, including homes, schools, commercial buildings, and more

Producers of solar electricity urged Ukrainians to install solar panels as soon as possible, because global investments in SPP will only grow.

They named 3 reasons why it is worth joining the development of solar generation, the Solar Energy Association of Ukraine reports on Facebook.

The Global Solar Council has launched an information campaign that answers the most popular questions and dispels myths about solar energy.

Advantages of own SPP:

  • You are your own energy supplier

One of the key advantages of distributed solar generation is that it can generate its own clean energy and fully power homes, especially when combined with energy storage systems.

"Thanks to their extreme flexibility, solar PV devices can power any building, from homes to schools, commercial buildings, and more," the article noted.

SPPs can make everyone independent from the grid by independently generating their own energy, and also provide greater resilience during extreme weather events. In addition, owners of solar panels are less responsible for polluting the planet.

  • Saving money and increasing efficiency

Solar panels can reduce or even eliminate energy bills for years. Since solar panels require minimal maintenance, this will also help save money.

In addition, solar PV system gives the way for other energy efficiency solutions in buildings, such as heat pumps and hybrid boilers, for even greater savings.

  • Additional income

In some countries, the payback period of a rooftop solar photovoltaic system has decreased to 5-6 years.

"After the investment pays off,  your electricity bills not only can reach zero, but you can also earn passive income by selling excess generated energy to the grid," the report said.

Earlier, EcoPolitic wrote, that to the family of Oleksandr Ananyev, a resident of the Kyiv region, and his fellow villagers the hybrid station helped to survive the russian occupation. His village was surrounded for more than a month.

As EcoPolitic previously reported, in the Rivne region 998 households moved for green energy.

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