VerengoSolar and Everyday Things to Save the Planet and the Power Bill

People all over the country and the world are talking about carbon footprints and how they need to be reduced. What is a carbon footprint? Why does it need to be reduced? How can people find out how big theirs are and how to reduce them? Can VerengoSolar panels, energy efficient appliances, and eco-conscious behavior make a difference? The Carbon Trust defines a carbon footprint as, “The total sets of greenhouse emissions caused by an organization, event, product or person,” [1].

Well, that’s great, but how does that get calculated? There are a lot of greenhouse gases out there, and some of them occur naturally. Does the earth, itself, have a carbon footprint, even without human interference? Should the planet be taxed or blamed for hurting itself? No, of course not. The Journal Carbon Management gives a more practical, calculable definition for carbon footprints:

“A measure of the total amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) emissions of a defined population, system or activity, considering all relevant sources, sinks and storage within the spatial and temporal boundary of the population, system or activity of interest. Calculated as carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) using the relevant 100-year global warming potential (GWP100),” [2].

How is a Carbon Footprint Calculated?

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Expedite Your Project with PC Associates

In any project, large or small, commercial, residential, or industrial, a great deal of planning and hundreds of different factors determine whether the project will result in success or failure.

While many people focus only on hiring contractors, architects, designers, and construction workers, one of the most important roles in the constructability process is proofreading and ensuring that there are no discrepancies in your project’s blueprints or anywhere along the way.

Hiring a constructability review company to aid you in this proofreading process is one of the fastest, easiest, and simplest ways to save money. When you hire a constructability review team, you will unlock the power and skill of a group of highly trained experts, saving you both time and money as they simplify the building plan process, and alleviating all of the built up stress and tension resulting from your project.

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Verengo Solar CA Solar Power Can Save Money

One of the main reasons to look into the possibility of Verengo Solar CA solar power is that it can save a lot of money. There is no reason to not look into solar, as it is the one resource that is not going to go away. Even during the cooler months, there are some uninterrupted hours of sunlight. In some other areas, the sun shines all year round and that makes this type of alternative energy almost a no brainer. Energy costs can drop a lot in the right area and most people would see a significant cost reduction no matter where they are.

No one should think that the savings they will get from solar power would be up front. At the moment, the installation costs are an investment that will save money in the long term. There are ways to get a cheaper installation of Verengo Solar CA solar power, and that is through the different tax rebates and credits which are available from the federal and local governments. Most of those savings come in the form of tax credits so make sure to check which ones are available in the area. It is surprising that there are actually a lot of them so a person should always look to take advantage of any credits.

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Verengo Solar Helps Californians Meet The Renewables Portfolio Standard

California has plenty of solar power potential due to its geographic location and favorable climate. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory estimates the annual average solar radiation received by southern California varies between 6.0 and 6.8 kilowatt-hours per square meter per day. (1) Going completely solar is not enough to meet all of California’s energy needs. Solar power can meet a percentage of them. In recognition of this fact, the Renewables Portfolio Standard or RPS mandates that fully 33 percent of California’s energy supply come from renewable sources by 2020.

Renewable energy covers a broad array of energy sources such as municipal solid waste incineration, landfill-produced biogas and geothermal energy. Solar photovoltaic power will only produce enough energy as is feasible to collect from the sun. Solar installation companies like Verengo Solar can help residential utility customers meet the RPS. Solar power can help cut electricity bills by lowering grid-based consumption or through California’s state-wide mandatory net metering program.

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