What You Need To Know About Solar Charging Stations

Category: Solar Charging

Do solar table charging stations work in the northern states or in winter?

YES, if you’ve got the right system. Even though there may be fewer hours of the sun available during winter months, especially in the north, the sun’s energy is still being captured through our solar table charging station’s two (2) powerful 265watt solar pv modules. In Pennsylvania for example, our manufacturing headquarters, we’ve tested our ConnecTable solar table charging station in winter. We kept the PV modules free from snow, oriented the solar panels due south and found that they were still working as well as they would be in any southern state. Even during cloudy winter weather, the energy captured and stored in the battery was enough for regular use. Ensuring that our tables functioned well in northern areas or colder climate conditions was a key requirement in our design. High quality solar pv modules like the ones we use are produced in an ISO9001 certified facility and also go through rigorous quality inspections to meet rigid standards and use, even during winter months. Even our batteries are field tested for capacity during cold winter months.

However, if you live in a climate with less than thirty days of sun in the winter or live in more northern tier states, we would recommend a 1kW (1060 watts) sized solar table charging station. This system contains four (4) 265watt solar PV panels, two (2) charge controllers and two (2) batteries for the additional solar energy capture and storage that may be needed during those cloudier, winter months if the table is expected to be in use. To determine if your location might pose issues with respect to available sunlight, you can look at solar maps from the national renewable energy labs, http://www.nrel.gov/gis/solar.html. Specific northern states show much less solar resource than those in the southern portion of the U.S.. Therefore, this is an important consideration for your table choice.

Ultimately the quality and power of the PV modules, the battery storage system and ensuring the solar panels have a southern orientation are key things to consider when choosing and placing the right solar table charging station for your climate and location. Keeping the solar PV modules free from snow during winter months is also important to maintaining the usability of the table.

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As solar energy rises in popularity and its barriers to entry (particularity cost) begin to diminish, an onset of products are coming forward in the market—all promising clean, off-grid energy delivered by the sun. There are solar products for every need (a solar charging wallet has even been developed), and solar charging stations have become a mainstay at commercial properties, parks, and universities nationwide. These stations satisfy the need to mix work with relaxation, while also providing security for its users with the knowledge that their devices can be charged seemingly anywhere.

With such a plethora of options in solar charging stations available, we are often questioned about what makes the ConnecTable unique. We find that a lot of potential customers are unaware of the benefits and limitations of certain stations, and so we created this blog to help clarify what you need to know when considering buying a solar charging station.

Power Capabilities– While designs with dainty or small solar panels may be aesthetically pleasing; they may not have the ability to charge many devices. Ask about the size of the solar array, and how many Watts it generates. It is also a good idea to ask how many devices can be charged per day on average. For some spaces, it may not be necessary to have the capability of charging 50+ devices per day, but for others it may be essential.

Charging Capabilities– What kind devices are you looking to charge? Just cell phones, or will you need 120v outlets for laptops, projectors, and other devices? It is important to think about how the station will be used. If it’s in a common area like a quad or a corporate campus, you will probably need 120v so students and employees can plug in their laptops to work.

Autonomy– Autonomy is essentially how long the solar energy will be stored after the sun stops shining. This is important especially if you are in an area that has a lot of rainy/overcast days, or if you expect patrons to have the need to use the station at night.

Materials– It is very important to understand the base materials of a solar charging station and their purposes. Some stations are meant to be easily collapsible/transportable to other areas. Others however, are made to withstand harsh weather conditions. If you live in an area that is susceptible to hurricanes, tornadoes or heavy rainfall, you will want to invest in a station made from durable materials that is wind tested to endure the elements.

Design– How well will the solar station’s design complement your surrounding environment? The design may be functional, but will professionals feel comfortable working at one at a corporate campus, will students enjoy it in a university setting? How well will the station blend with the natural landscape of a local park?

Maintenance– Pay close attention to how often the station will have to be cleaned/have batteries changed, etc. Some stations require routine maintenance, while others will barely need any.

Service Life- A solar charging station shouldn’t be a short-term investment. Look for warranties, and figures on the expected service life for the station and its component parts.

There are many different solar charging stations on the market and each of them focus on different customer needs. We hope that this blog helps you understand what exactly you are looking for in your charging station and ultimately leads to you selecting the product that best fulfills your property’s needs.

For more information on ConnecTable solar charging stations, or to speak with a sales representative, please contact us at info@theconnectable.com or 267.419.8496.

By now everyone has heard of solar energy. It’s one of the top sustainable tools for residential properties, corporate campuses and universities worldwide. While solar panels on the roof are the most common use, there are many other ways to seamlessly integrate solar energy into any property. Take a look at some of the more out-of-the-box/grid solar solutions:

  • Solar Car Station – For the many users of electronic vehicles, solar car charging stations provide a practical and sustainable method of “refueling.” Commonly found in general parking areas, these stations also provide good shelter from the rain or snow, and are a great place to get some shade during the summer months.
  • Solar backpacks – A mobile option great for hikers and other outdoorsy types, solar powered backpacks provide on-the-go energy. While not as powerful as fixed panels, the energy contribution made is still very valuable, especially in emergency situations.
  • Solar Charging Tables – Solar charging stations, like the ConnecTable provide an outdoor work space, social gathering area, and a sustainable charging zone. These stations are great for students, businesses, and parks, allowing users to plug in phones, tablets, and laptops.
  • Mobile charging devices – Tired of having your phone battery die when you need it most? A mobile phone charger, like the Grid2Go, might be an option for you. It can be charged via solar, or via grid/electrical energy, and provides you with the perfect, miniature charging resource.

With technology changing every day, it’s safe to say the capabilities of solar will only continue to grow. We encourage you to think beyond just “a solar panel on every roof” to see what possibilities lie in other applications of solar energy. A greener, more sustainable future depends on it.

For more information on ConnecTable solar charging stations or Grid2Go mobile chargers please contact us at info@theconnectable.com or call 267.419.8496.

 

It can be easy to feel helpless in the face of global issues such as climate change and environmental degradation. What difference can one person make? And we get it; you’re busy. It’s difficult enough to find the time to finish that book or TV series that you started last month, let alone save the world. So, to help you out, we’ve decided to share with you a few choice apps that can help you save time, the environment, and cut down on your utilities bill.

 

joulebug1. JouleBugjoulebug2 (FREE) Android and IOS: Earn points and badges for your sustainable actions (using a reusable water bottle, taking public transportation, taking a shorter shower, etc.). JouleBug also hooks up to your utility accounts so you can track how much your sustainable lifestyle is saving you per month.

 

greenmeter2. greenMeter ($5.99) IOS: Make your apps work for you! Use the greenMeter app to maximize your gas efficiency and reduce your fuel consumption. The app evaluates your driving tendencies and provides you with feedback to increase your fuel efficiency and lower your environmental impact.

 

irecycle3. iRecycle (FREE) Android: Knowing which items are recyclable and figuring out the appropriate way to dispose of them can be frustrating and time-consuming. This is why iRecycle provides users with over 1,500,000 ways to recycle more than 350 different materials.

 

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4. Dropcountr (FREE) Android and IOS: After connecting the app withdropcountr2 your water utility company, Dropcountr enables you to conserve water and save on your utility bill by sending you usage reports, helping you to set a water budget, and notifying you when you have a leak (or your children left the hose running).

 

myearth5. MyEarth (FREE) Android and IOS: The MyEarth app will calculate the carbon offset of the environmentally friendly activities that you do each day. Simply login whenever you turn off your electronics when leaving a room, carpool to work, or change your air conditioner’s filter, and you can observe how many carbon units you are saving. It becomes infinitely easier to make environmentally friendly decisions when you can see a tangible calculation of your efforts.

 

farmstand6. Farmstand (FREE) IOS and Mobile Web: Variety is the spice of life! farmstand2Not only does eating food grown locally and seasonally provide diversity to your diet, it also helps the environment by cutting back on “food mileage.” With the assistance of the Farmstand app you can now find directions to nearby farmers’ markets, check the best deals, and see what times the markets stay open until.

 

 

For more information on how you can make a difference in the environment, or to request a free quote for a ConnecTable solar charging station or Grid2Go solar mobile charger, please contact one of our sales representatives at info@theconnectable.com.

With all of the incredible advancements in technology over the past decade, have you ever wondered why we still don’t have batteries that will last for longer than a day without needing to be recharged? As technology gets better and faster with each year, why hasn’t the need to power it caught up?

Moore’s Law predicts that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit will double every two years. Or in layman’s terms, that digital electronics will continue to improve at an incredibly fast rate for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, this law does not apply to battery technologies and their underlying chemical processes.

While much research has been conducted with the aim of finding new ways to improve battery life, there is still no clear-cut leader, which has led to a division of research funding. And with slow, but continued improvements to lithium ion batteries, the Big 3 battery producers, Samsung, Panasonic, and LG, have little interest in developing radically different battery technologies.

With no significant improvement to battery life on the horizon, we are left to find more convenient ways to recharge so we can allow our mobile devices to keep us mobile, not anchored down to the closest outlet.

From men to women, students to professionals, it has happened to all of us; whether it be at tailgate, on a hike, relaxing at a park, or sitting in the Quad finishing a paper, we have all been forced to step out of the sun and return indoors to locate an outlet so we can charge our phone or laptop.

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For this reason, our goal at the ConnecTable is to provide our customers with convenient solutions to their charging issues. The ConnecTable solar charging tables, the Café and the Hub, allow students, corporate professionals, and park-goers with a comfortable, convenient, and ecofriendly station to recharge.

And if you prefer to venture even further off the beaten path, simply bring a Grid2Go mobile phone charger that fits in your pocket and you’ll be worried about losing your phone service long before you ever worry about a low battery.

For more information on off-grid charging or to request a free quote for a ConnecTable solar charging station or Grid2Go solar mobile charger, please contact one of our sales representatives at info@theconnectable.com.

 

The ConnecTable is more than just a solar charging table. We’ve designed it as a multi-purpose social gathering station, and while we built the table with certain sustainability uses in mind our customers have found many additional ways that ConnecTable can be beneficial to campuses and outdoor workspaces alike:

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  • Outdoor Charging Station: The main purpose for the table was, and continues to be, an off-grid, solar charging solution for charging your devices outdoors. The ConnecTable enables students, colleagues and park patrons alike to charge up to 150 mobile devices per day- including phones, laptops, cameras, tablets and hand-held video game consoles.
  • Outdoor Learning Center: The ConnecTable is ideal for creating an outdoor learning center for students. Use one of the 4 electrical plugs to hook up a projector to the table and give presentations and lectures to students. Alternatively, allow students to bring their laptops and books outside with them to work on individual or group assignments.
  • Campus Safety Feature: Studies have shown that less crime occurs on well-lit streets and areas of campus. Keep your neighborhood and students safer by taking advantage of the ConnecTable’s LED lighting.
  • Fundraising Opportunity: At the University at California, Santa Barbara, students have found several innovative ways to use the ConnecTable café table. Several student groups have set up fundraisers around the ConnecTable and have utilized the tables charging and Wi-Fi capabilities to set up PowerPoints and slideshows.
  • Shaded Seating Areas: We know how hot it can get hot in the summer, and far too often there are not nearly enough shaded seating areas in parks and university campuses. Luckily, users can find solace and sanctuary from the afternoon sun underneath the ConnecTable’s 10’x 6’ shade canopy.
  • Outdoor Workstation: The ConnecTable’s design provides employees with a comfortable workstation where they can plug-in their laptops and phones, and work on their projects and assignments while enjoying the serenity of nature. You can even schedule an outdoor meeting at a ConnecTable! Many businesses have beautiful courtyards on their campus, but unfortunately they are only utilized by smokers and geese. By adding a ConnecTable to your campus and encouraging employees to spend more time outdoors, you will find that your employees will be much happier and more efficient on a daily basis.

For more information on the ConnecTable Hub or to request a free quote please contact our sales department at info@theconnectable.com.

Have any other ideas for uses for the ConnecTable? Leave us a comment below!

It’s common knowledge that spending time outdoors helps reduce stress and increase productivity, but did you know that it also helps regulate your circadian rhythm, which helps you fall asleep at night and wake up in the morning? Did you know that spending time in the presence of local flora helps to strengthen your immune system? And that spending time outdoors can even help to battle and prevent depression?

Even without all of these added benefits, who doesn’t want to spend more time outdoors? Sitting in a classroom or an office all day can make it difficult for us to get the fresh air and sunlight that we need. But with busy schedules and the need for electricity and internet to be productive it’s hard to bring our work outside with us, right? Not quite, with the ConnecTable.

At the ConnecTable’s headquarters in Willow Grove, PA, you will find employees eating, chatting, relaxing, and working outdoors—with no fear of their laptops or phones dying on them. That’s because they work in the shade provided by the ConnecTable’s solar array with their computers plugged in to one the ConnecTable’s (4) GFCI outlets and their phones connected to one of the table’s (8) USB ports.

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“It’s perfect for when I get writer’s block,” says Jimmy Mastroni, ConnecTable’s Marketing & Production Coordinator. “The fresh air and scenery help me to clear my mind and focus on my work. Plus it helps break up the monotony of a day; it’s amazing how beneficial it is to step outside the office for even an hour or two.”

“I enjoy taking my lunch with outside with me while I work on renderings and designs for new tables and products” explains Brian Kehl, the ConnecTable’s lead designer. “For me, it is much easier to relax and focus on my work when I’m outdoors.”

The ConnecTable is not just suitable for corporate life; students and university faculty around the country are also enjoying the benefits of working outdoors. More than 20 tables have been installed in the University of California school system alone.

“The tables have become highly functional spaces for group study sessions with everyone plugged in” explains Brian Petyo, the marketing manager at UC Irvine. John Cook, the director of sustainability at UC Riverside elaborated, “The solar tables [at UCR] provide a clean and renewable source of energy for charging the multitude of mobile devices on campus while offering much needed shade.”

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of bringing a solar charging station to your campus or property, feel free to request our white paper: Outside the Four Walls: How Outdoor Workstations are Revolutionizing the Way We Work.

Be sure to look for us at this year’s AASHE Expo in Baltimore from Oct 9th – 12th where we will unveil our brand new solar charging table, the ConnecTable Hub!

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Smartphones and social media have turned the world into a global village. Australians can communicate with their online neighbors in Nigeria. Icelanders can network with Hawaiians. And people in the Upper West Side can interact with those in the Upper East Side—if they want to. So if technology can bring people together from all across the globe and from all walks of life, why has it become so difficult to connect with people in our own community? Many people contend that technology has hindered the development of personal relationships and interactions, as well as the social development of our youth.

It’s becoming harder and harder to interact with people face-to-face. The majority of commuters have their headphones in, friends now text instead of calling, and a party is more commonly becoming a way to check out what’s happening on Instagram while surrounded by people doing the same. How do you strike up a casual conversation with someone who is immersed in technology? While this breakdown in physical communication is lamentable, the fact is that we are living in a digital age and technological advances will continue to permeate our society – we just need to find a way to use technology in a social way.

Instead of technology working as a barrier for human socialization, we want it to be something that brings people together. That’s why we’ve created the ConnecTable Hub. As the name indicates, the Hub is a central place for people to connect with technology, nature, AND other people, using off-grid, solar technology. The Hub’s charging output and LED lighting offers an area for universities, businesses, and community associations to host movie nights, showcase presentations, play interactive, online games, and partake in a plethora of other activities to spur the participation and socialization of its members.

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The Hub is also a great place for students to bring their lunch and laptops so they can work on projects while enjoying the afternoon sun instead of studying in the dark, dusty, and often cramped library stacks. It’s also ideal for corporate employees who need to escape their cubicles and conference rooms for a breath of fresh air and some outdoor inspiration. The Hub also provides a convenient location for neighbors to catch up with one another and relax under the table’s shade, while charging their camera batteries for those precious shots of their children playing at the park.

The ConnecTable Hub offers a comfortable, convenient workstation that allows people to both interact with millions through the internet and socialize with colleagues, coworkers, and neighbors in person.

It’s our goal to help our clients put “social” back on the map, without sacrificing the work (or play) that needs to be done. Be sure to look for the ConnecTable Hub’s unveiling at this year’s AASHE Conference in Baltimore, October 9-12! For more information on availability and pricing, please contact us at info@theconnectable.com.

I am sure you have heard it before: “invest in solar energy”, “the time is now. . . .”The big question though is: “why?” There are the obvious answers, and then there are ones that may surprise you. Take a look below at the top 5 reasons to invest in solar energy in 2016:

1. It Saves Money

Whether you plan on purchasing solar energy for a business or for a residential property, there is no denying the monetary benefits. The price of electricity is often unpredictable, but also rising. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the residential electricity price is expected to rise 2.4% to 12.9 cents/kWh in 2017. While you will undoubtedly be saving—the real question is “how much”? Solar Nation estimates customers that invested in a 5 kW solar PV system saved an average of $44 to $187 per month during the first year that they owned their system. While savings can vary greatly due to any number of factors (state, amount of sunlight absorbed on the property, etc.) this calculator is one way to determine an estimated figure. With newer solar panels having a lifespan of 40-50 years, you can rest assured your investment will be returned many times over.

2. It Protects the Environment

The impact of solar energy is far more expansive than just saving on your bills. Creating a “sustainable future” is a paramount issue globally. The toll we have taken on our environment can only be rectified by changing the way we consume energy. Solar energy is clean energy—drawing power directly from the sun. Not only does it reduce our dependency on fossil fuels that damage our environment, it also cuts our greenhouse gas emissions, which lead to global warming. My Domino estimates that 1 residential solar panel system can eliminate 3-4 tons of carbon emissions each year, which is roughly the equivalent of planting over 100 trees every year.

3. Its more affordable than ever before

Contrary to popular belief, solar panels won’t break the bank. Although the cost is not anything to laugh off, technological advancements in the field have made them more accessible and therefore less costly. Also, as mentioned earlier, they provide a great return on investment for years and years to come. One last important thing to note, is that there are numerous tax incentives available for those who embrace solar technology for their homes and/or businesses. Considerations like this are very important in justifying the expenditure.

4. It increases property value

According to EnergySage, homes with solar panel systems have property values 3-4% above similar homes in the same area and sell twice as fast as the competition. This value is expected to increase with solar popularity as appraisers and consumers become more educated on the benefits that solar energy provides for homes and commercial buildings.

5. It makes a statement

Having a solar panel on your property is a statement to your family, friends, employees and customers that you are committed to creating a greener future. For many businesses and organizations this falls under corporate or social responsibility, and can become an important aspect of corporate culture. On the individual level, this purchase signifies an early adopter mentality to what is sure to be a solar future. Often time’s residential purchases are stemmed from referrals of other solar panel users who are delighted with the results of their green endeavor.

For more information on solar energy, or to request a quote for the ConnecTable solar charging station, please contact us at info@theconnectable.com or 267-419-8496.

With summer right around the corner we all have dreams of the great outdoors dancing in our heads. Festivals, beach trips, and camping excursions await– it’s time to start preparing for adventure. Before we set off however, it is essential we plan activities in a way that still preserve the amazing environment we seek to explore. According to The World Counts, tourism contributes to more than 5% of global greenhouse gas. Have you thought about how you can combat the negative impacts of tourism in your travels?

At the ConnecTable, we are big proponents of creating a more sustainable environment through the use of solar energy. Therefore, we wanted to show our fans some of the newest, coolest, most unique portable solar powered items you can use off-the-grid this summer season. In no particular order, here is our list of the “coolest” solar gadgets:

 

Solar powered bike lock

Solar powered bike lock

Designed for the avid biker, the Skylock is a solar powered “smart” bike lock that connects to your smartphone to provide keyless entry, theft detection, crash alerts, and a social network for bike sharing.

 

Solar powered backpack

Solar powered backpack

Need to charge your phone while on the go? The Birksun line of backpacks was designed for the eco-smart traveler and allows you to charge devices while on the move, through solar power or by plugging in the pack to an electrical outlet in advance.

 

Solar powered tent

Solar powered tent

Festival goers will delight at this concept from Kaleidoscope. Through a partnership with Orange Communication and the Glastonbury Festival, the team designed a new tent with a sustainable twist. Coated solar threads are woven into conventional fabric, eliminating the need for fixed solar panels, directional glides can be moved throughout the day to maximize solar efficiency and energy collection. Inside, there is a wireless control hub which powers mobile phones and other portable devices and also provides Wi-Fi. Additional features include an internal heating system and “glo-cation” technology (allows campers to send texts to trigger a glow function to see tent from a distance). Don’t toss your old tents yet though, this was designed as a promotion for the festival and has yet to go into production.

 

Solar powered portable phone charger

Solar powered portable phone charger

A product by the makers of the ConnecTable, Grid2Go is a portable charger that is both lightweight, cost-effective and efficient for the avid traveler. Powerful and versatile, the Grid2Go can charge 2 devices at a time and can also be plugged into grid-power on poorer weather days to serve as a backup battery anytime.

 

Solar charged speakers

Solar Charged Speakers

Can’t go a day without your iTunes? Who can blame you—there is a soundtrack to be made for every camping trip, hike, beach day… Lucky for us GoalZero created Rock Out– a solar powered speaker set, engineered with a DarkBass™ chamber for optimal sound quality and capable of syncing up with other speakers for an even louder party. It is also weatherproof, Bluetooth®-enabled, and able to play up to 10 hours of music on a single charge.

 

Solar powered reading lamp

Solar powered reading lamp

For all of the outdoor bookworms, this Sunnytech solar powered reading lamp features touch-controlled brightness adjustments, as well as the ability to charge devices through its USB port.

 

Solar powered cooler

Solar Powered Cooler

SolarCool Technologies has created a solar powered cooler that not only keeps your beverages cool for up to 18 hours at a time—it also can charge your devices. The company estimates 100 customers have the potential of offsetting a collective 5,000,000 pounds of CO2 per year.

 

Solar powered headphones

Solar powered headphones

These headphones from Helios use Bluetooth® to enable users to listen to music and make phone calls wirelessly without worrying about recharging. Power is drawn from natural light through the solar panel on the top face to recharge its internal battery.

 

Solar powered toothbrush

Solar powered toothbrush

No electricity. No toothpaste. No problem. The Ion5 uses solar power to generate negatively charged ions to break down plaque and tartar—without the need for toothpaste or batteries.

 

Solar powered grill

Solar powered grill

Who needs Propane when you can own a solar grill? GoSun has created a series of solar powered cookers using evacuated glass tubes. The technology creates insulation, allowing anyone to solar cook, rain or shine. By effectively capturing light from a broad range of angles, the GoSun does not require frequent readjustment, making it the lowest maintenance fuel free cooking device yet.

Have we missed any of your favorite gadgets? Leave us a comment and let us know!

Happy travels!

 

Solar Energy can be found everywhere – it’s on the news, popping up on top of electric poles and houses in your neighborhood, featured in documentaries playing at theatres near you, debated as a hot topic by leaders in the White House…

With so much information about solar, it’s surprising that there are still so many misconceptions about its capabilities. At The ConnecTable, we have used the power of solar energy to create a solution for off-grid charging. Our tables provide the public with an energy-efficient, environmentally safe and disaster-proof option that allows them to charge their electronic devices while outdoors. With ConnecTable installations spread across the nation, we have done a substantial amount of education on solar energy to prove its benefits and dispel its myths. Below is a short list of some of the most common fallacies we have found surrounding solar energy:

1. Solar only works when the sun is out

Since solar electricity is created by the sun it is logical to assume it is dependent on weather consisting of only sunny, cloudless days. This, however, is false. Think about it: Have you ever gotten sunburnt when the sun has barely been peeking through the clouds? The effect is the same. Even when the sun cannot be seen, UV light is still reaching the earth’s surface. So while it is true that solar panels produce the most energy when exposed to direct sunlight, even on cloudy days the UV light is more than enough to generate substantial solar power.

2. Solar panels cannot withstand extreme weather conditions

Solar panels are durable enough to withstand almost all weather conditions. Our product in particular, is designed to endure the harshest climates and is rated to be able to withstand winds of up to 90mph.

3. Solar power is unreliable

Solar energy is even more reliable than traditional electricity as it is powered by the sun and is not subject to power outages. Its reliability can further be proven by the substantial investments being made into the sector: in 2016 the U.S. Solar market is expected to grow by 119% (Source: GTM Research / SEIA U.S. Solar Market Insight).

4. Using solar energy is too expensive

This may have been true in the beginning phases of solar technology development, but at the present time it has become much more affordable. Factor in the cost savings on your electric bill that will accrue over time, as well as tax deductions, and reimbursements from the government that are granted for using solar solutions, and it’s now more affordable than ever.

5. A solar powered system will require too much maintenance

Quite the contrary. Compared with traditional electrical grid systems, which require regular maintenance and can go offline for days at a time during major storms, solar systems require no regular maintenance and usually last around 20-25 years.

Solar energy provides countless benefits, both to the environment as well as to its users. While it is natural to assume there could be major pitfalls to an investment of this nature, we hope this has helped to enhance your understanding of this valuable resource.

For more information on our solar charging station, the ConnecTable, or to speak to a representative about solar energy please contact us at info@theconnectable.com or 267-419-8496.

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