The Solar Power Business Project

This page was last updated on the 2nd of September 2015 by Patrick Carpen.

Global warming is a serious problem. The hole in the ozone layer is expanding by the minute. Scientists and humans in general are scrambling to stop of the destructive effects of fossil fuel emission.

We all know the pros and cons of it: fossil fuel threatens not just the future of our planet, but our health as well. High exposure to CO2 emitted by burning of fossil fuel has been linked to many health problems. This doesn’t call for deep scientific testing. Anyone can see how polluted the environment is becoming by the day.

Besides, we all love the smell of fresh air. And I guess that’s why we love walking, running, playing and hanging out on the beach so much! We owe it to ourselves to keep our air fresh and our environment clean and healthy!

And that brings us to “alternative energy sources”. Alternative energy sources refers to alternative ways of producing energy which power our machinery. That is, alternative to the the traditional forms of energy production that has been used over the centuries. “Alternative” means “other than” or “replacement for”.

So we need to find replacements for the burning of fossil fuels and so far, mankind has been mildly successful. We need to cut carbon emissions. Thankfully, we’ve stumbled upon wind power, water power and solar power, among others, which are deemed “clean energy sources”.

These types of energy sources don’t produce harmful CO2 emissions which are dangerous to our health and planet.

On top of that, such alternative energy sources are “renewable”. This means, that nature keeps providing for them and they cannot be exhausted by man.

One of the cleanest forms of renewable energy source is solar power. In my article on harnessing the power of words, I mentioned how we could harness the power of the sun to power our air conditioning units and cool our homes. How cool is that?

The Solar Power Business Project

To make use of solar power, the following things are needed:

  1. Solar panels.
  2. Maintenance-free deep cycle batteries.
  3. Pure sine wave (as opposed to modified sine wave) inverters.

The solar panel is mounted on top of buildings or on specially built structures. Heavy duty conducting cables lead the electricity down to the DC battery banks. Another set of conducting wires lead the current to the inverter. The inverter converts the DC voltage power into AC power and sends it to the main power box of the building. From there it is dispersed as needed to all quarters of the premises.

One of the major problems which is preventing businesses and inviduals from making use of solar power is the high cost of panels, batteries and inverters.

And this is where Patrick Carpen’s Solar Power Business Project comes into play. By purchasing massive quantities of these equipment and storing them in warehouses, we’re able to get them at massive discounts and give end consumers a complete package at a very reasonable cost.

I plan purchase enough solar panel equipment to power an entire country the size of Guyana soon.

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