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Solar power systems are the newest and most popular way electricity can be generated. The system consists of large panels that catch the sunlight, converting it into electric current with photovoltaic cells to provide a solution for those who want an eco-friendly energy source without relying on fossil fuels or nuclear energies like many other countries do today.

Solar Energy has grown exponentially over recent years, becoming more accessible than ever before mainly due from advances made possible by new technologies such as microinverters - small devices used along side traditional battery backup sources where homeowners may still need some form off grid capabilities given varying weather conditions across regions.

Solar panels are a green alternative to traditional power sources. They don't rely on the combustion of non-renewable fossil fuels, so they produce clean energy with no release into our atmosphere's natural resources.

For homeowners, there is a way to get their solar panel value taken off of the tax rolls and reduce how much money you pay in property taxes. This means that even though your home may be worth more due an installation or two from some panels on its roof- this extra wealth will not be included when computing annual payments with today’s rates like it would have before!

Solar panels are usually a part of standard homeowner's insurance policies, and meeting the minimum requirements for an interconnection agreement with your utility company should be sufficient. If you're not sure if this is enough protection or want more coverage than what's offered by regular policy then consider getting additional protection from different sources like standalone solar panel insurance policies which can help provide peace-of mind when installing new technology on top of home ownership.

Yes, it will help to increase the value of your home. However, this will only be applied if the solar panel is purchased not leased. 

Solar panels can last up to 30-40 years. Systems rated for 6 or 8 hours per day will generally provide 20 year long warranties on their performance, with 10 -15 coming from manufacturer guarantees and 5 more provided by installers at time of purchase as part of the service plans geared towards longevity in this industry.


The life expectancy varies depending upon where the system is installed; however there’s no denying that solar power can be an investment worth making!