Saving Our Planet – Brimma Solar
Saving Our Planet
Solar isn't just about saving money
Our planet needs our help too

The Benefits of Solar Energy for the Planet

Solar Energy vs Fossil Fuels
Are fossil fuels really that bad for the planet? In a word, yes. As we deplete the earth’s natural resources and the demand for energy grows, it becomes more obvious that fossil fuels aren’t sustainable for the future. It’s getting impossible to ignore the many benefits of solar energy for the planet.

Fossil fuels damage the environment in many ways. Drilling for these resources degrades the earth. It erodes the ground and pollutes our water. Even creating production plants is harmful.

Gas, oil, and coal will eventually run out. They also create harmful gas emissions. It’s an outdated system with consequences for your bottom line, too. The operating costs for producing fossil fuels are much more than the costs involved in solar energy. That trickles down to your utility bill, which can add up dramatically over time.

Now consider the benefits of solar energy instead. In Washington State, Brimma Solar can install panels on a rooftop or ground mount. That’s how we harness sunlight to convert it efficiently into energy.

The sooner we switch to greener energy sources, the sooner we can stop squandering everything the planet has to give.
About 25 percent of the energy used in Washington State is still dependent on fossil fuels. That contributes to the enormous quantities of greenhouse gases and acid rain the United States produces nonstop. What’s bad for the planet is also bad for our health. We have yet to completely understand the long-term consequences of these man-made toxins.
This Is Your Chance To Make A Difference
Did you know that every hour, the amount of solar energy that reaches the earth could power the entire world—for a whole year? We need solar systems to use that unlimited source. Watch this short informational video to learn about more benefits of solar energy for the environment.

Did you know enough solar energy hits the earth each hour to power the entire world for an entire year? And the only way for us to harness this energy is through solar systems.
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An Average National Solar System Offsets about 4.7 Tons of Carbon Dioxide A Year

That's Like:
An Average National Solar System Offsets about 4.7 Tons of Carbon Dioxide A Year
Thats Like:
Planting 84 Trees & Had Them Grow For Over 10 Years
Charging 650,000 Cell Phones
Eliminating The Need to Burn 2.8 Tons of Coal
12,500 Miles In A Family Car
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