Net-Zero Emissions Target – How to Meet It

The pressure to reach net-zero emissions this decade is ratcheting up.  Recently the Department of Energy acknowledged the challenge facing our nation and our planet.  Today, nearly 40% of all carbon dioxide pollution comes from power plants generating power by burning fossil fuels. No wonder the Department of Energy is calling for us to revolutionize how we generate and use electricity. 

Of the renewable energy options available today, two of the least damaging low emissions options are wind and solar.  One of the easiest conversions to consider is solar power, because it’s affordable and installs almost anywhere.  With inflation likely to continue for several years, as Elon Musk hinted in a recent tweet, electricity rates are likely to rise too.  You don’t have to be dependent on your local fossil fuel powered electric company.  You HAVE OPTIONS.

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Create your own Net-Zero Emissions Strategy

While the government works to transition to renewable energy we can create our own Net-Zero emissions strategies.  The government is calling for hydrogen transportation fleets and wind and solar powered utilities.  Meanwhile, we can create our own decarbonization plan at home with a little help. 

Start Your Net-Zero Emissions Plan With an Energy Audit

Start with an energy audit for your home and or office.  Renewable Solar Resources provides consultation and energy audit services for free to its Minnesota customers.  It reveals not just your power usage, but helps find changes you can make to become more energy savvy. 

Discover what changes in your own home will reduce your energy usage and carbon emissions. Is your refrigerator an older appliance that eats electricity?  Does your air conditioning work overtime to cool the air in your home or office?  It’s time to replace that older system with an efficient updated version.  One customer switched old fluorescent light fixtures out for LED office fixture and were amazed at the electricity savings.  Once you know how to reduce the volume of electricity you use, think about your power source.

Solar Energy As Part of your Net-Zero Emissions Plan

If you’re In Minnesota, and interested in a transition to solar energy ,you’re in luck.  A family run firm called Renewable Solar Resources has spent years working to support the transition to solar energy. They install solar energy systems on both residential and commercial properties.  Renewable Solar Resources believes in a clean energy future and has found solar to be an incredibly reliable energy source.  Solar panels, micro-inverters and solar storage continue to become ever more efficient. That makes solar not just affordable, but extremely reliable renewable energy option.

Net-Zero Emissions & Lock in Your Electricity Costs For Two Decades

Next think about locking in your Electricity costs for the next two decades.  Even as inflation drives up the cost of fossil powered electricity, solar energy conversions have held steady so far.  By changing your home now, you can produce your own quiet electricity.  When your system over produces, you can either store it in your power storage unit or sell it back to your power company in a buy back plan.  The federal government wants to transition to renewable energy. They extended the 26% tax credit availability for professionally installed solar panels. 

Enjoy Quiet, Low Emission, Affordable Solar Energy

There are no moving gears or turbines to create noise in solar panels. The energy production of a solar power system is quiet and reliable.  It gives you the power you need to operate, without a lot of noise or repairs.  Since there is little maintenance needed, your costs are minimal post installation. Solar panel emissions are one of the lowest of the renewable energy choices.  

Want to reach net-zero emissions and save money?  Now is the time to reach out to Renewable solar Resources and learn the facts of solar power conversion for your own home or business.