4 Reasons Why Going Solar is Inevitable and Logical For The Future of Business
The history of renewable energy goes back farther than you might think. Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse built the first hydroelectric power plant in 1895. The Dutch began using wind power in the form of windmills as early as 1200- a technology that first appeared in Ancient Greece in the 1st century AD.
In contrast, solar as a form of renewable energy is quite new. The first commercial solar cells only became available in the 1950’s. Nevertheless, solar power has come a long way in such a short lifespan.
The inevitability of solar growth is becoming more and more apparent; and we believe that entering the solar market today not only makes environmental sense, but sound business and economic sense too.
There are a several key reasons why solar power is the inevitable and logical decision for consumers, businesses, and economies:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20141008174635-206168905-4-reasons-why-going-solar-is-inevitable-and-logical-for-the-future-of-business