49 years ago, the first ever Earth Day was implemented in a global effort to protect the environment. At the time, only around 3.5 billion people populated the earth. Today, more than 7 billion do! Unfortunately, this increase in population has also lead to an increase in gas emissions as well. It’s time to be honest with ourselves and begin to realize that our world is in real danger. Each day, the earth suffers a little more from our careless ways and neglect toward the planet.

When the very first Earth Day was held in 1970, there was virtually no such thing as solar energy. Today, solar energy has proven itself as a sustainable and independent source of renewable energy that never expires or harms the planet in any way. In fact, a new solar energy project is installed in America every 2 minutes and 30 seconds of every hour of the day. A team of researchers from Stanford and UC Berkeley published research showing how every state can go 100% renewable by 2050. They were able to show how significant the savings were for each state and the increased amount of jobs created by doing so.

It’s time to stop burning our earth into the ground. We’ve exhausted our resources right here when we can tap into an inexhaustible resource in the form of a nuclear fusion reactor 93 million miles away known as our sun. Going solar is one of the greenest things you can do. Consider talking to our team of experts today to learn how you can save money and protect our planet this Earth Day. Go solar now while costs are at an all-time low and take advantage of great government rebates ending soon.