We have always drawn energy from sources that are “exhaustible” over time (e.g. wood, coal, oil, natural gas), which are far longer than current consumption and which are also responsible for the pollution to which we are subjected.
Current technologies allow us to draw energy from “renewable” sources which, by their nature, are not “exhaustible”, have a negligible environmental impact and do not compromise natural resources for future generations.
The sun is one of those endless and zero-polluting sources of energy. It periodically provides us with all the energy we need.
Those who choose to install a photovoltaic system, improve their quality of life and that of those close to them, producing clean energyand reducing Co2 emissions, which are harmful to the environment.
In particular, photovoltaic plants are a convenient and conscious choice because:
- The technology of photovoltaic systems, contributes to lower Co2 emissions
- Photovoltaic panels are made of easily available materials -such as silicon-, are non-toxic and recyclable.
- The photovoltaic systems do not emit any kind of harmful gas
- They can be easily integrated into the urban environment and are always positioned in spaces that would otherwise not be usable