California Renewable Energy

California Renewable Energy


As California looks to lead the world with green energy production, one of the major questions is how? California has a vast amount of natural resources from the solar and solar thermal of the southern California desert to wind in the Sierra Nevadas.

The only question: how to obtain the energy and transport it to California cities? The only way to do this is through utility lines. Utility lines are large, expensive, and ugly. One way to cut down on the quantity of utility lines necessary is to install photovoltaic solar panel systems on homes and businesses.

According to one report, this will reduce the number of transmission lines required, saving California a large amout of money. This will only be the case if roof-top systems are found to be equivalent to large-scale wind farms, photovoltaic solar farms, and solar thermal farms.

Currently, plans are in place to install large renewable energy farms, but obtaining the permission to bulid lines to transport the electricity to California residents is proving difficult. Right now, placing photovoltaic solar panels on a California home or business seems to be the best and cheapest way to go.

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