Did you know that not all solar panels are as environmentally friendly as you might think?
There are many factors that impact the overall carbon footprint of a solar panel, for example: where it was manufactured; the materials used; and the energy consumed in building it.
So, while your choice to go solar is doing good, how much good can vary greatly. If you decide to go solar, you want to be sure that by your decision you are making a positive contribution to protect the environment and society.
To make a positive environmental impact, it’s important our solar panels are sustainably manufactured, transported, installed, and eventually recycled.
With our latest innovation, the REC Alpha Pure Series, we have again demonstrated our commitment to sustainability by eliminating lead from panel components and making the panel RoHS compliant while providing customers with a higher power density of up to 219 watts per square meter.
By doing so, the new product not only saves more carbon emissions but is also significantly easier to dispose of at the end of its working life with less impact to the ecosystem.
REC Alpha Pure empowers homeowners and businesses to drastically reduce their electricity bill and their environmental footprint.