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The Cheapest Unsubsidised Electricity Ever
The cost of installing solar panels has fallen dramatically over the past few decades. Whether you're a commercial or private energy user, solar PV is now a cost-effective option without the need for government subsidies or grants.

With the cost of solar energy falling by 62% since 2009, many countries are now reaching a point where solar power is outcompeting coal and natural gas.

Although solar technology has barely changed since the 1950s, the average price of a 4kW residential system has fallen from roughly £15,000 to an average of £5,000 in the last 10 years.

Solar energy is now so competitive it has been labelled 'the cheapest unsubsidised electricity ever, anywhere, by any technology' - roughly half the price per kWh of coal power.

To take part in the green revolution, get your own solar panels in Exeter from Solar Synergy.

Theme Parks at the front of the queue for a greener future
Several major theme park companies across the UK and America are embracing the power of green.

From powering Ferris wheels with wind and roller coasters with solar power, Six Flags and other amusement companies have big plans to go completely green. With plans to use car park space for solar panels, huge rides like Magic Mountain will be completely powered by solar energy, helping prevent as much as 1.5 million tonnes of carbon particles from entering the atmosphere.

More largescale green plans are added to the list every day, with the most recent addition being a large ground-based solar array shaped like Mickey ears at Disney World, Florida.

To learn more about green energy, visit Solar Synergy.

Renewable Energy lowest cost option
Google has announced that it will use 100% renewable energy to power its data centres and offices from next year, 2017.

With over 60,000 staff and numerous data centres and offices, the company is already the largest single purchaser of renewable energy. The company has been working towards 100% usage since 2012. Last year 44% of its power was derived from solar and wind power in 2016 and from next year all their power will be renewable energy.

The Company has been actively looking to reduce costs as the demand for power from their numerous data centres is growing. Pressure to reduce their carbon footprint is high as it is suggested that companies such as Google are responsible for approximately 2% of greenhouse gas emissions. Google’s EU energy lead, Marc Oman, commented “Our founders are convinced climate change is a real, immediate threat, so we have to do our part.� For Solar panel installation in Exeter and the south west call Lawsons electrical installations.

Renewable Energy at Google
Google has announced that it will use 100% renewable energy to power its data centres and offices from next year. With over 60,000 staff and numerous data centres and offices, the company is already the largest single purchaser of renewable energy. Google has been working towards 100% usage since 2012. Last year 44% of its power was derived from solar and wind power in 2016 and from next year all their power will be renewable energy.

Google has been actively looking to reduce costs as the demand for power from their numerous data centres is growing. Pressure to reduce their carbon footprint is high as it is suggested that companies such as Google are responsible for approximately 2% of greenhouse gas emissions. Google’s EU energy lead, Marc Oman, commented “Our founders are convinced climate change is a real, immediate threat, so we have to do our part.� For more information on reducing your carbon footprint and your renewable energy options in Exeter call Lawsons on 0800 160 1989.


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