Choose Renewable Energy For a Brighter Future

At this moment, we’re three years past Robert Zemeckis’s vision of the future. The iconic 1989 film Back to the Future 2 portrayed a futuristic 2015 where everyone travels via hoverboard or flying car, food is dehydrated for easy consumption and self-lacing Nikes are the hottest new footwear trend. Even though we might have things in our world that are similar to those portrayed in Back to the Future 2, most people don’t really feel as if they’re truly in “the future.” But if you look around, you’ll be able to notice how much we’ve changed in the 29 years since Back to the Future 2 came out. One of the most obvious—and beneficial—changes is renewable energy. What was once a distant idea is now becoming commonplace. But what are the benefits? And is renewable energy really worth it? Solar Smart Living has the answers!

The Simple Truth About Renewable Energy

When you hear “renewable energy,” what comes to mind? If you’re picturing giant windmills or solar panels, you’re right! The world around us supplies a plethora of options when it comes to energy, all we have to do is capture it in a way that’s beneficial and safe for the environment. Let’s say you’re considering renewable energy for your home. The best way to start is by having residential solar panels installed on your home’s roof. Homeowners in the Southwest region can benefit greatly from solar energy. Since the sun shines almost year-round in this region, homeowners are able to easily and efficiently reap the benefits of solar energy. Not only is solar energy great for your home and for the environment but it’s also great for your wallet! With the federal solar tax credit, the installation cost of your home’s solar panels can be cut by 30 percent!

Renewable Energy Can Keep You On The Road

Let’s look back to the future envisioned by Robert Zemeckis and his creative team. Although we never clearly see electric cars, we do see that Doc’s DeLorean can use trash as fuel. Although we may not have flying cars, we do have something that’s comparable. As a society, we’ve made great advancements in the field of electric vehicles. The constantly-rising price of gasoline has pushed people to search for a better alternative. Less than a decade ago, electric cars were a joke. They couldn’t go very fast and they’d run out of energy way too quickly. Fast forward to today, Tesla vehicles are now a sign of sophistication and class. Nissan, Chevrolet, and Ford are just a few car manufacturers who are building affordable and reliable electric vehicles for the people of today. If you plan on upgrading to an electric vehicle, consider installing an EV Charger in your home! This way, you’ll be able to charge your car in the comfort of your very own garage. Say farewell to the gas station and hello to a greener Earth!

Renewable Energy Paves the Way for a Cleaner, Safer Future

History has proven that change comes at a steady rate. At first, the mere thought of owning a television set seemed preposterous. Now, we carry pocket-sized televisions wherever we go and we don’t even question it! Homes that are powered with renewable energy or electric cars may seem like a fad today but perhaps in 30 years, every home will be powered with renewable energy and every vehicle will be electric. Just imagine how much of a positive impact that would have on the environment! By choosing renewable energy, you can be part of the change, today.

Contact Solar Smart Living, Today

When it comes to successfully powering your home and vehicles while keeping the environment safe, it’s necessary to choose the right team for the job. Solar Smart Living provides products and service of the highest quality so you can welcome the future without any hassle! This may not be the future Doc and Marty experienced in Back to the Future 2, but it might be a better, brighter future for all. Contact Solar Smart Living today to learn more about what we have to offer!

About the author
Alan Morgan

Alan is a solar and sustainable energy advocate. He has served the renewables industry for over 5 years for companies such as Solar City and Tesla and now acts as the Director of Business and Market Development for Solar Smart Living.