A solar PV system on your roof can produce enough electricity for your system’s entire 20+ year lifecycle.

Even if you consume more electricity than your PV system generates, you’ll still drastically reduce your monthly electricity bill.

A typical residential solar panel system will eliminate three to four tons of harmful carbon emissions each year, the equivalent of planting over 100 trees annually.

Water and electricity generation account for 33% of greenhouse gas emissions in the UAE. Going solar can significantly decrease this number and help minimize the consequences of climate change on the environment and our health.

According to the 2015 UAE State of Energy Report, the UAE has one of the largest carbon footprints in the world. Going solar could help us fight against this and prepare for a better future.

Enjoy the advantage of lock in electricity rates and continue saving more as your bills remain unaffected by the surge in utility costs.

Over time, the money saved from lower utility bills can help you invest in your future plans.

Solar energy gives you the advantages of more traditional investments such as stocks or bonds.

A solar panel system typically returns about 5 times its investment value over a 20+ year lifecycle.

Depending on the size of the system you install, this could mean up to 30% more money that ends up in your pocket every month for 20+ years.

Give your home the advantage of solar energy as it adds considerable value to your property.

It’s one of the most profitable and cost-effective home improvement.

Recent global surveys have shown that a home equipped with solar panels will sell at a premium over similar homes in the neighbourhood.

By depending on renewable sources of energy like the Sun, we set ourselves for a future of energy independence.

Solar panels provide a reliable and durable access to energy

It also offers less price volatility as well as a healthy and competitive market that shields our economies from the threats of energy crisis and price manipulations, which have prevailed until now with fossil fuels.

The UAE has started a clean energy movement, with the Ruler of Dubai H.H Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum calling for every roof in the city to have solar panels by 2030. Head to our FAQ section to see how the country has created bold blueprints for a clean future. It’s time to join the movement.

"Every 24 hours, enough sunlight touches the Earth to provide the energy for the entire planet for 24 years."

Martha Maeda