A big advantage of solar power is that it is usually produced during peak demand for electricity, for instance during hot summer days when air conditioners are often full-blast. That means that value of the electricity that it produces is significantly higher. The amount of energy from the sun that falls on Earth is staggering. Averaged over the entire surface of the planet, roughly each square yard collects nearly as much energy each year as you'd get from burning a barrel of oil.
Altogether, solar currently makes up less than 1 percent of U.S. energy, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. "Aquentium Solar's program is designed to lock in a fixed monthly energy cost and lower the current monthly energy bill for any size business," stated Aquentium CEO Mark Taggatz.
About Aquentium Solar, Inc.
Aquentium Solar, Inc. is a full-service solar company that offers a unique approach to providing efficient and environmentally friendly photovoltaic #PV# solar systems.
Aquentium Solar designs, distributes and installs complete photovoltaic #PV) solar systems to provide onsite electricity production for industrial, commercial, and residential locations. The company also develops utility-scale systems to help provide electricity to power grids serving vast areas.
Our systems are custom-designed to meet the financial goals and energy requirements of customers ranging from residential, commercial /industrial facilities to multi-megawatt utility-scale installations feeding electricity to power grids serving vast geographical areas.
From rooftop arrays serving individual buildings to ground-mounted arrays deployed over hundreds of acres, serving major installations, Aquentium Solar has the project development;
As energy costs rise and fossil fuels dwindle globally, the deployment of renewable energy grows. We believe solar energy will play an increasingly more important role as energy independence strategies are implemented worldwide.
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