Modern industrialised countries like Australia, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom are notoriously energy-hungry. As we face major changes as a result of global warming in the very near future, we have to find a way to curb energy demands and still allow private individuals and companies to live their lives comfortably and do business unhindered. Because Australia gets a lot more sun than most countries on the planet, our country has the unique benefit of being able to harness the full power of the sun as an alternative to dirtier, less modern forms of energy like coal.
A group of solar panel installers in Mackay CFP Industries are one of thousands of companies in the country helping homes and businesses upgrade to efficient solar technology, “It’s really important I think that people realize not only that they’re reducing their carbon footprint by choosing solar, but that they’re also saving themselves a ton of money in the long run on their energy bill,” Michael from CFP Industries said, “You really can cut down the amount of money you’re spending annually on energy by embracing solar energy, no matter what industry your business is working in. It’s highly efficient.”
Solar seems to be the answer for Australia’s energy demands. With no negative impact on the environment and so many sunny days per year, it presents the possibility of a greener, brighter future. You don’t have to wait for the future to make use of solar technology if you’re an average homeowner in the country. For a meagre investment (if you consider how much money you spend on power already) you can install efficient solar panels at your location and benefit from yearly savings on your bill.
As more and more people in the country embrace solar energy, we’re beginning to see the gradual decline of more traditional forms of energy. Geothermic, solar, hydroelectric, and wind-based energy are fast replacing coal, although coal does have a place in future energy strategies, says Michael Harris, an expert on green energy from a local scientific collective, “It’s possible, to some extent, to have cleaner coal usage. While it’s easy to knock coal and try to get rid of it entirely, it’s actually a much better strategy to integrate coal into a green energy plan and give it a limited, highly-controlled place.”
As energy demands continue to rise with the growth of population in across the world, we’ll no doubt have to confront our own energy usage individually and make changes where necessary.