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Tech Solutions for a Greener Home or Business

Most of us have a vested interest in going green and finding ways to make our homes and businesses environmentally more friendly. Luckily enough there are many tech innovations that have come about nowadays that make going green easier than ever. In this post, we’ll look at some tech solutions for going green that will cut emissions and energy usage and be more Earth-friendly.

Green Energy Solutions Services

A green energy solutions service works to provide options for homes and businesses to reduce their energy usage, CO2 emissions and find green energy solutions. By working with a service provider you’ll be able to receive tailored options for your home or business that will work best and have someone help consult on the best option for you.

The first thing these services can do is analyze your current usage and compare it to what’s required by law in your region so there are no surprises when it comes time to pay your utility bills. They also offer tools such as calculators, which make finding out how much money could be saved through various upgrades easy enough anyone can use even if they’re not tech-savvy. The other thing many of these providers will provide is recommendations on renewable sources of power like solar panels or rebates for insulation.

These services typically don’t recommend particular brands but some of them may install new products or contract out to third parties for energy and emissions solutions.

Home or Business Solar

Solar panels are the most popular form of renewable energy in-home or business settings. They’re a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to have any outages and they can be customized to match your needs whether that’s designed with future expansion as an option if you need it on-demand power at all times or both.

There are different types like roof-mounted solar panels which attach onto your existing rooftop, ground-based systems where solar PV modules collect sunlight from the earth below them and then transfer that electricity into storage batteries inside before sending it back up to the main grid via inverters. there is also one called a portable solar panel kit where these units will work anywhere so long as there is some access to the sun.

You can find options for just about any situation no matter what your needs are.

Options to Cut Down CO2 Emissions

The average American emits about 20.08 metric tons of COA per year and is causing global warming in the process. One way to help reduce your carbon footprint on this planet is by lowering how much you use electricity for heat, which will lower your monthly electric bill as well as emissions from home heating.

There are a number of ways that you can cut down on your energy usage at home: turning off unnecessary lights when they’re not needed, unplugging electronics or appliances when not in use so they don’t ever turn back on automatically again, changing out light bulbs with LEDs whenever possible (they save more than 75% in power consumption) using curtains to block the sunlight during the day if necessary, investing in insulation options and more energy-efficient HVAC as well as other appliances.

As you can see from this post, there are plenty of options to go green and many of them are easy with new technology.