The increased production of solar power can transform low-income households in America. This is possible through the latest innovations and affordability of solar cells that will permit commercial production.
In a Science Daily posts, claims of solar cells made from tin can make the technology cheaper and more adaptable. This is according to a paper from the Nature Energy journal published by Dr. Ross Hammond, et.al. The researchers claimed that tin perovskites can do the same with lead in solar cells. This will make it stable and able for mass production.
But how does it help low-income households? The switch to solar energy is all about saving money from electric bills. It has the potential to save up to 30% on utilities a year.
Solar industries can also open job opportunities that can pay up to $23/hr. This depends on the nature of the job and the area where the industry will begin or start.
Therefore, most local communities are showing interests in having solar power. It has the potential to start a massive economic revolution. The solar industry can also equitize wealth distribution, education, and even access to universal energy. Jobs will be created, and energy costs can be optimized for the marginalized sector.