When the sun shines, the world will be cleaner than ever Engadgets
In its second year, the solar energy project at the University of Washington has been generating clean, affordable energy.
And that is good news for everyone involved.
Solar energy is a good way to get more of the sun’s energy into our homes and businesses, said Dr. David Zwilling, an associate professor of environmental and sustainability at UW’s School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences.
It’s also a way to lower the carbon footprint of the energy industry.
“Solar energy is clean energy that’s not going to pollute the environment,” he said.
“And it’s not just going to be good for the environment.
It can also be good as a way of improving your health, because it’s going to get rid of carbon dioxide.”
The UW’s solar project uses photovoltaic panels that produce electricity at about half the cost of conventional solar panels, and can provide clean energy to a community with just one home.
The solar project will generate enough electricity to power 1,000 homes, which will generate roughly 1 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per year.
That’s enough to power about one million homes.
The project also uses solar-generated water for irrigation, wastewater treatment, and recycling.
The UW has been testing the solar-energy technology since last summer.
It started testing in October, but there are still some issues to iron out, Zwilled said.
The first major hurdle is getting the equipment installed on the property.
The university has been working on that for a while, and the contractor will have to get approval from the property owner, Zwill said.
Once the first home is built, the project will expand to about 150 homes, Zwasil said.
Eventually, the first homeowner can expect to see the solar panel on the roof.
The process of building the system took about a year, Zwaile said.
After that, the UW will start to get a few customers interested in the solar system.
The system has a range of applications, such as producing electricity for irrigation.
Zwill expects to see solar panels installed in homes in a few years.
If the UW is able to get the project off the ground, Zweill expects the project to produce a lot of power.
The power will be distributed via solar panels that can be attached to roofs, windows, and other structures.
That will allow homeowners to sell power back to the grid, and use the energy to power their homes, said Zwiliel.
The idea of solar power is to create a “solar grid,” where people can buy electricity from other people without having to pay a fee.
Zweiliel hopes that solar panels will help solve some of the biggest problems facing the energy sector.
In the United States, there are over 100 million households without power, according to the US Energy Information Administration.
About 90 percent of those homes rely on a single source of electricity, which is a combination of electricity from solar panels and electric vehicles.
Solar power will solve those problems, said the solar power project’s Dr. Rachael W. Wootton, a professor in the UW’s Department of Energy and the director of the UW Solar Energy Center.
“It’s very simple to use solar energy.
You just take the solar panels off the property, put them on the ground,” Wooton said.
It also makes it possible to bring more solar energy into the grid.
The amount of power generated from solar energy has never been greater.
But even with solar panels on the rooftop, the electricity is still only a fraction of what a home would get if they bought electricity from the grid all the time.
Wawooton and her colleagues believe that by putting solar energy on roofs, they can eventually solve some problems with the way the power grid is set up.
The grid will be able to provide more electricity for less money, and it will allow people to buy electricity at lower rates.
“What we are doing is taking what is currently a bad situation and making it a good one,” Wawoult said.
By making it more efficient and cheaper for people to use power from solar, the grid will also be able help address some of these issues.
Wearing a solar panel can help people to avoid expensive gas and electric bills.
Waws, who works in the energy efficiency department, said that people who live in urban areas might have problems paying for their energy bills, so they might be more inclined to install solar panels.
That would mean people could save money, which would be good, she said.
For the UW, the most exciting part of the project is the potential to make solar energy affordable and to create jobs.
In addition to solar panels in homes, the university is testing a system that can power a car with energy from solar.
The team is testing the system in a parking lot outside of the building, where the sun comes out and provides electricity to the car.