(PRWEB) September 26, 2013
GoneSolar.net (http://www.gonesolar.net) was released today to educate visitors about sun-powered devices, energy efficiency, innovative green technologies, and solar energy and its uses.
The new website was created by the web design and development team at GoneSolar.net to present consumer-oriented uses of solar energy and popular energy-efficient technologies and high-tech devices. Green options have become popular with environmentally conscious consumers and gained mainstream acceptance. Using sun-powered devices is a responsible energy choice that has minimal impact on the environment. Solar power has enormous potential to minimize pollution and change our energy consumption habits.
“Solar energy has always been crucial for sustaining life on Earth. Now with the exponential growth of the human population and the rapid depletion of natural resources, harnessing and using solar power is more important than ever,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at GoneSolar.net.
Solar power is a green alternative to non-renewable sources such as natural gas and coal. Sun-powered technologies offer environmental benefits and economic returns and have a positive impact on energy supply. Jobs are created by companies that focus on the operation, installation, and manufacturing of panels and other solar technologies. Moreover, solar energy has versatile uses, from cooking and heating to electricity for general use. Our society is dependent on electricity, and the use of renewable sources is a way to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. Greenhouse gases are produced and released into the atmosphere when fossil fuels are burnt. This is a major source of air pollution and global warming and may lead to an increase in the incidence of natural disasters such as flooding, fires, tornadoes, and hurricanes that result in property damages and injuries. Electricity generated by sun-powered devices does not contribute to climate change, which makes it a clean alternative to traditional sources. Moreover, solar energy can be used in high-density areas as well as remote locations. This is a non-depletable resource for commercial and domestic uses.
The new website is a solar energy guide that aims to educate visitors and offers information on innovative solar technologies and sustainable energy choices.
About GoneSolar.net: GoneSolar.net is a website focused on helping visitors to learn more about solar energy and its uses.