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02/05/2016 / By usafeaturesmedia
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(Homesteading.news) As many of you know, solar power has become “all the rage” among environmentalists and other lovers of nature who think modern society burns far too many fossil fuels. But solar power is also very popular among people who are interested in living as far off “the grid” as they possibly can in a bid to become as self-sufficient as possible. Others are attracted to solar power by the cost savings, noting that in many cases systems can pay for themselves in five-to-ten years.
But there are a lot of myths about solar power as well. It may not be the panacea it is often made out to be for some; for others, it is exactly the right fit.
Solar power for homesteaders and others who seek a less-connected life does make good sense, however, so with an eye towards clearing up some common misconceptions about this form of energy, here are 10 “myths” many people hold about it:
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