How Does Solar Energy Works? | Why Solar? | Euro Solar


Once you've made up your mind to get off the electricity retailer's rate-hike roller coaster, switching to solar power is really simple. You say "Yes!" to choosing solar power, and we'll do the rest from home solar installation to maintenance and more.

But first you're wondering, "how does solar power work?" Glad you asked! It's a perfect place to start when you're thinking about how to go solar because even though EUROSOLAR takes care of everything from property assessment to installation and flipping the on-switch, we want you to feel comfortable every step of the way. Understanding how solar works can help.

What Are the Advantages of Solar Panels?

Money saving

The electricity from your solar panels is free, meaning you can save money on your energy bills. Plus you get paid through the Feed-in Tariff for the electricity you generate. You may wonder after knowing how much you can save on solar.

Renewable Energy

Sunlight will never run out, unlike fossil fuels, which are still our main source of energy. It is a Renewable Energy source which can be utilized and renewed again for further use and storage.

No Pollution

Solar energy doesn’t generate carbon dioxide or contribute to global warming. According to the Energy Saving Trust, a typical home solar power system could save around 1.5 to 2 tonnes of carbon each year.

Easy to look after.

Solar panels are easy to install and require almost no maintenance as they have no moving parts. You may need to clean them from time to time (but the rain may do that job for you). See, Britain is perfect for solar panels after all!

Off-grid energy

lIf your home isn’t connected to the National Grid, Solar Panels are a straightforward way to generate your own electricity. And even you can sell your Extra Energy which gives you a good returns.

Low Maintenance Costs

Solar required a very low / no maintenance costs. Cleaning your system and accessories couple of times in the year will make run your Solar System for a long term.