Thursday, June 6, 2013

Want to reduce your electricity bill?

With energy costs going up across the board, many people are looking for ways to reduce their monthly bills. However, most people do not understand all of their options when it comes to truly taking advantage of the latest technologies when it comes to energy usage. Households and individuals who are truly looking to reduce dependence on electricity can invest in solar electricity from Baker Electric Solar. Baker Electric Solar is currently providing viable sources of solar energy that can be less expensive than the more traditional forms of energy for certain households. Aside from being less expensive, solar energy is also much less harmful to the environment.

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For all intents and purposes, the sun is an infinite source of energy that is completely natural and will not go up in price, nor will it affect the surrounding environment in a negative way. It is therefore much less likely to draw taxes that are made for negative energy sources, which will continue to help its price stay low. If you have not been to the Baker Electric Solar website, then you owe it to yourself to take a look at the opportunities that you have right in front of your face! Invest in solar energy for the long term for the sake of your kids and your wallet!

25 comments:

Jennifer @ Money Aches said...

I wish this was something we could afford to get right now. Also it doesn't help that we live in a neighborhood with large trees and lots of shade. It'd be a great way to save money in the long term.

Katie Jones said...

I need more information on Solar, it seems so much more affordable.

Ondria Witt said...

We are constantly looking for ways to cut down on our energy use. We switched our lightbulbs and have made some other helpful household changes to cut back.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Such a very good alternative, will check this out.

zoan said...

I really want to reduce our electricity bill. I am trying so hard to cut its cost, I will check if we could buy solar panels:(

Teresa Martinez said...

Experts say that if man is able to harness even a part of the power of the sun, that could provide us a viable option for energy sources.

Motherhood on the Rocks said...

Interesting. I'm going to check into this!

Moms Gone Crazy said...

I would love to invest in solar panels! If the initial cost wasn't so high, we'd have done it already.

Jessica Harlow said...

Thanks for the post (and reminder) that we all need to find renewable resource alternatives to electricity. This is a priority for us and (fingers crossed) we'll have solar panels one day!

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

I think solar energy would also work on a certain style of house. it probably so hard to install on a three story house with old structure, like ours hahaha. anyway, light energy is not that expensive, it's the space heater during winter and air con on the summer makaguba ug pitaka. reducing the electric bill would probably help a little. It's an earth saving too. Thanks for sharing this info jhey

Travel Quest said...

This is our future plan the reason why we move to South and looking for a house with decent backyard so we can build our own solar panel. Thanks for this post it will give us more idea on what to do in the near future.

April M. said...

i think those solar panels would work here in texas since it gets really hot here.

~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

Solar energy is indeed another way to save electricity because it is something that really very economical in terms of still using the same stuff, however, not with electricity. How amazing it is that even garden stuff have solar power method.

SheyLuvz said...

The solar energy is now the new thing and a good solution to reduce the electric bills. I think it is also expensive to install a solar I have seen before in this show kate plus 8 man siguro to

Rcel said...

Solar energy is a wise and an earth-friendly way of using our energy resources. This is what the husband and I have been discussing as a solution to the not enough energy back home in Philippines causing too many blackouts of electricity. If only the government can take action towards making use of what the heat in the tropics can do.

Dhemz said...

Solar energy is the new fad these days. I've seen quiet a few companies in our area use this kind of system. My husband on the other hand doesn't really like the idea of solar energy.

Mel Cole said...

Solar panels and roofs are useful in areas where Sun appears most of the time of the day and months. Our area doesn't have lots of sun even in Summer. It's on and off overcast here. However, this is a good alternative in saving energy.

Bless said...

Solar energy is one source of having natural energy. I heard of many residences that already switched to solar power for their homes.

Jessica Cassidy said...

We never use solar for our electricity but we do have a solar panel for our pool which really helps the pool to warm up quickly when it is sunny outside. This saves us from turning on the pool heater :-)

Jessica Cassidy said...

Mommy Jhey, If my family will move to the Philippines, I might try the solar electricity if it is available as we have abundant of sunshine.

Adin B said...

One time my husband was looking at this article looking about survival and things, and it was also talking about Electricity Dependency. It talks about how Solar works and how you can actually get your own solar system going on in your house for less than the price that other solar companies offer. It was really pretty interesting mommy.

emzkie said...

hubby said solar energy is very expensive. it would take years to get your money back and it wont work like its advertise. but i see some houses using it. and you are right about it will not affect the environment and our surroundings. i wish to save money on electricity too, but this one is out of the budget. i think u need to have a huge amount of money to get this going.

Marms @ Mhar's Display said...

Solar energy is still the best alternative.

Adin B said...

Mommy Jhey, I commented on this one before, but then when I checked the comments here mine didn't show up. :( Anyway, thanks for sharing this one. It sure would be nice when you can reduce your electricity bill by using solar power. It's the kind of an investment that can save you tons of money in the long run.

Tricia said...

My husband wants to do this. I'm on board too.