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3. “Solar is not efficient enough or the technology is not ready for mass adoption.” Solar cell technology has been capable of supplying enough energy for the average homeowner for decades now. Now is the time to “go solar”.
4. “It will be more difficult to sell my home with a solar power system on it.” Another example in which the opposite is true. If you own your system, it will add value to your property and actually make it easier to sell your home.
5. “Maintenance must be a hassle.” There is virtually no maintenance involved with the ongoing use of a solar power system.
Welcome to the Solar Power revolution in India. The cost of Solar power per unit today is easily less than what electric utilities charge. As displayed by the Cost of Electricity chart, a homeowner will pay many thousands more in electric bills over a 25 year period by not switching to solar power.