(PRWEB) October 29, 2014
Solar energy has long been one of the most important forms of renewable energy. However, for the better part of the last few decades, solar power simply proved far too expensive for most businesses and governments to actually consider implementing it. In recent years though, technology has significantly improved both the cost effectiveness of constructing and installing solar power panels, all while increasing the amount of energy the panels are able to absorb at the exact same time.
The public television series "Champions of Industry", hosted by Jimmy Johnson, is producing and airing a segment focusing around solar power innovations. From how solar panels work to the latest trends and inventions revolving around solar power, this is a very important segment as it informs viewers about new methods for obtaining clean, renewable energy. While solar power once proved far too expensive for the average American citizen, it is now a viable option for anyone who wants to go completely green and who wants to cut down their long term energy costs.
With the cost of oil continuing going up, it is vital for the United States to find and locate new and improved ways to produce energy that don't rely on oil from different countries around the world.
The award winning "Champions of Industry" series provides short documentaries, designed to educate and feature changes in both local society and industry. The program itself has won eighty-five Telly Awards from 2003 to 2013. It is not affiliated with PBS, but is individually distributed to Public Television stations. To learn more go to championsofindustry.com