Do solar panels have chemicals that cause diseases?

Do solar panels affect your health? How do solar panels work?

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    The Good News:  Solar panels do not contain chemicals that cause diseases or damage to your health!

    The Not-So Good News:  There are a couple of unknown pitfalls to solar panel usage.

    With every new product that promises grand eco-change, there are biproducts that stem from them that may have been unknown before production.  In the case of solar panels, there are less than a handful of powerful greenhouse gases that are produced from their extended usuage but this can be remedied over time.

    According to Low-Tech Magazine, solar panels produce greenhouse gases that could adversely impact the environment but after an extended period of time (in this case five to ten years), these greenhouse gases would most likely stabilize and the solar panels would continue to serve their purpose of keeping humans energy efficient.  It is true that solar panels directly impact human well-being by cooling the temperature of homes, offices, and all other structures they are installed on (not to mention, they reduce the amount of coal being used to fuel electronics).  On the whole, they are not harmful to humans.

    To find out how solar panels work and the processes involved in getting your home or office solar panel ready, please visit this helpful site:   Solar Panels for Dummies

  2. 0 Votes

    The Good News:  Solar panels do not contain chemicals that cause diseases or damage to your health!

    The Not-So Good News:  There are a couple of unknown pitfalls to solar panel usage.

    With every new product that promises grand eco-change, there are biproducts that stem from them that may have been unknown before production.  In the case of solar panels, there are less than a handful of powerful greenhouse gases that are produced from their extended usuage but this can be remedied over time.

    According to Low-Tech Magazine, solar panels produce greenhouse gases that could adversely impact the environment but after an extended period of time (in this case five to ten years), these greenhouse gases would most likely stabilize and the solar panels would continue to serve their purpose of keeping humans energy efficient.  It is true that solar panels directly impact human well-being by cooling the temperature of homes, offices, and all other structures they are installed on (not to mention, they reduce the amount of coal being used to fuel electronics).  On the whole, they are not harmful to humans.

    To find out how solar panels work and the processes involved in getting your home or office solar panel ready, please visit this helpful site:   Solar Panels for Dummies

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