80 Solar Energy Quotes, Slogans And Solar Panel Quotes

Looking for quotes about solar energy and solar panels? We have rounded up the best solar energy quotes, sayings, slogans, captions, status, taglines, (with images and pictures) from famous writers, leaders,  politicians, activists and influencers around the world.

Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed using a range of ever-evolving technologies such as solar heating, photovoltaics, solar thermal energy, solar architecture, molten salt power plants and artificial photosynthesis.

Currently in 2020, Germany is the largest solar electricity producer in the world and has enough solar capacity installed than the rest of the world combined. These inspirational quotes will definitely inspire you to shift to this renewable source of energy and spread the word.

Solar Energy Quotes And Slogans

  1. “Your neighbor is going solar! You should too!”

  2. “You can save money by investing in solar energy.”

  3. “Solar energy – Today’s resource for a brighter tomorrow!”                                                     
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    Solar Energy Quotes Images

  4. “I think the future for solar energy is bright.” — Kim Salazar

  5. “When there’s huge solar energy spill, it’s just called a “nice day”.”

  6. “Solar is the Latin word for sun and is a powerful source of energy!”

  7. “Solar energy awareness is the most needed thing in this world today.”                               
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    Solar Power Quotes

  8. “It’s time for the human race to enter the solar system.” — Dan Quayle

  9. “When energy is coming right from the sun then why are we digging the Earth.”

  10. “The future is green energy, sustainability, renewable energy.” — Arnold Schwarzenegger

  11. “I must be running on solar power. Cause I’m ready to crank back up.” — Billy Currington

  12. “A transition to clean energy is about making an investment in our future.” — Gloria Reuben

  13. “If only there was some kind of an infinite power source that was free to use all day every day…”

  14. “Solar energy is bound to be in our future. There’s a kind of inevitability about it.” — Jim Inhofe

  15. “The holy grail … is being able to store solar energy for use when the sun isn’t out.” — Julie Franz

  16. “Solar power uses the natural energy of the sun to produce electricity. It is sustainable and renewable.”

  17. “Long term investment in solar energy can provide clean, green and renewable electricity for decades.”                                                                                           
    Quotation On Solar Energy
    Quotation On Solar Energy

  18. “Solar power is the last energy resource that isn’t owned yet – nobody taxes the sun yet.” — Bonnie Raitt

  19. “Solar power is clean, renewable and cost effective, but it also needs time to develop.” — J. D. Hayworth

  20. “Solar energy is the energy received by the Earth from the sun. This energy is in the form of solar radiation.”

  21. “The use of solar energy has not been opened up because the oil industry does not own the sun.” — Ralph Nader

  22. “There is a lot of willful incompetence in solar industry that is in the process of coming to light.” — Steven Magee

  23. “We need to drive the cost of solar energy down to where it’s competitive for bulk power generation.” — Jim Dipeso

  24. “You’re living in the twilight zone. What’s wrong with solar power? (No profit) Money money money.” — Dave Davies

  25. “The whole idea of the solar project is to do something useful and replace dirty energy with clean energy.” — Nick Kelly

  26. “Every second our Sun produces enough energy to sustain Earth’s needs for 500,000 years. How do we harness this power?”

  27. “The path towards sustainable energy will be long… America cannot resist this transition, we must lead it.” — Barack Obama

  28. “Every 24 hours, enough sunlight touches the Earth to provide the energy for the entire planet for 24 years.” — Martha Maeda

  29. “We only have to capture 1/10,000th of the solar energy landing on earth to completely satisfy all our energy needs.” — Ray Kurzweil

  30. “I’m a do-it-yourself kind of person. I look at it like a Canada Savings Bond, except that solar power is inflation proof.” — Gerry Pageau

  31. “It is time for a sustainable energy policy which puts consumers, the environment, human health, and peace first.” — Dennis Kucinich

  32. “Solar power is going to be absolutely essential to meeting growing energy demands while staving off climate change.” — Ramez Naam

  33. “Together by electric fate. I’m your solar power princess. Your technological soul mate. Devotion at the speed of light.” — Felix Da Housecat

  34. “You know why we don’t have solar energy? It’s because the sun goes away each day, and it doesn’t tell us where it’s going!” — Lewis Black

  35. “We have this handy fusion reactor in the sky called the sun, you don’t have to do anything, it just works. It shows up every day.” — Elon Musk                                                       
    Solar Power Quotes By Elon Musk
    Solar Power Quotes By Elon Musk

  36. “Today, wind is the cheapest energy in America; solar is not far behind. In time, fossil fuels will only get more and more expensive.” — Mark Ruffalo

  37. “Solar power, wind power, the way forward is to collaborate with nature – it’s the only way we are going to get to the other end of the 21st century.” — Bjork

  38. “All energy is ultimately derived for the sun and harvesting it directly through solar power seems to be the best way to transition to renewable energy.” — Peter Rive

  39. “There is no shortage of solar and wind energy … and prices are rapidly falling. We can build a clean energy future at modest cost if we want to.” — Andrew Blake

  40. “Let’s say the only thing we had was solar energy – that that was the only power source – if you just took a small section of Spain, you could power all of Europe.” — Elon Musk

  41. “I have no doubt that we will be successful in harnessing the sun’s energy. If sunbeams were weapons of war, we would have had solar energy centuries ago.” — George Porter

  42. “Even if we didn’t have greenhouse gases, were going to have to move away from fossil fuels, as we’re going to run out. They’re finite, whereas solar and wind are infinite.” — Ted Turner

  43. “Our climate is very conducive to solar energy. There’s a lot to be gained from harnessing passive solar potential and using the sun to heat our water and our homes.” — Bill Parker

  44. “Customer solar energy generation reduces wear on utility lines because most of that solar power is used behind the meter and never travels through the wires.” — John S. Quarterman

  45. “For every family in liberal San Francisco that went solar with SunRun in 2010, nearly eight families in more conservative Fresno made the switch to our solar power service.” — Lynn Jurich

  46. “With the cost of energy constantly on the rise, going solar gives you the ability to control rising energy costs and creates positive PR from choosing to go green at your operation.” — Mike Williams

  47. “Solar power is a safe form of nuclear energy. We are using fusion reactions that are 93 million miles away to make light that we then convert to electricity with photovoltaic modules.” — Sean White

  48. “In California, solar power is booming: The state leads the nation in solar production, and for a brief period on March 11, California pulled nearly 40 percent of its electricity from the sun.” — Julie Franz

  49. “Solar, as you know, hasn’t caught on because, I mean, a solar panel takes 32 years — it’s a 32-year payback. Who wants a 32-year payback? The fact is, the technology is not there yet.” — Donald Trump

  50. “I think we need to take positive steps toward space solar-power systems. We need to move in a step-by-step manner. It’s a real possibility to have a great new energy source for mankind.” — Dana Rohrabacher

  51. “The use of solar energy offers huge potential for natural resource and climate protection, and for the expansion of renewable energies on the road to a future-oriented energy supply.” — Margareta Wolf

  52. “The sun–that power plant in the sky–bathes Earth in ample energy to fulfill all the world’s power needs many times over. It doesn’t give off carbon dioxide emissions. It won’t run out. And it’s free.” — Susannah Locke

  53. “Strung high on every pole. How can this power be bought and sold? Trying to harness solar rays. Making minutes seem like days. It captivates, and it hypnotizes. Hear the power in the lines Powerline.” — Husker Du

  54. “Rooftop solar power is getting cheaper and cheaper, and nowhere does that scare utilities more than in Arizona, where abundant sunshine makes solar an attractive option for many homeowners.” — Jeremy Deaton

  55. “Because we are now running out of gas and oil, we must prepare quickly for a third change, to strict conservation and to the use of coal and permanent renewable energy sources, like solar power.” — Jimmy Carter

  56. “It would be great some day to have astronauts in a rover on Mars. But just about anyone except an oil company executive would say its more important to have 50 million solar powered vehicles in the United States.” — Brad Sherman

  57. “Clearly, we need more incentives to quickly increase the use of wind and solar power; they will cut costs, increase our energy independence and our national security and reduce the consequences of global warming.” — Hillary Rodham Clinton

  58. “Another big advantage of solar power is that the power source is free. While oil must be drilled, and coal and uranium must be mined, the source for solar power is simply sunlight. And unlike fossil fuels, the costs of solar energy never rise.” — Jim Ollhoff

  59. “As the technology for solar cells gets better and better, this form of clean, renewable energy will find more applications that take up less space and produce more electricity, to meet the energy needs of our homes, schools and businesses.” — Samuel Bodman

  60. “Scientists will eventually stop flailing around with solar power and focus their efforts on harnessing the only truly unlimited source of energy on the planet: stupidity. I predict that in the future, scientists will learn how to convert stupidity into clean fuel.” — Scott Adams

  61. “The beauty of solar power is that it has very few running costs: once the capital investment has been made the energy is effectively free, while fossil fuels must be purchased continuously and all indications are that prices will continue to rise.” — Geoff Stapleton & Susan Neill

  62. “Though the initial cost may be partially offset by tax credits or the opportunity to sell excess electricity to a local utility, the cost of converting your home to solar power is hard to justify in purely monetary terms. Nevertheless, an increasing number of homeowners are opting for solar power.” — Martha Maeda

  63. “We are like tenant farmers chopping down the fence around our house for fuel when we should be using Natures inexhaustible sources of energy – sun, wind and tide. … I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.” — Thomas Edison

  64. “Rising energy bills, climate concern, fears about energy security, and improved technology are all increasing demand for renewable power. Solar power is environmentally friendly, available everywhere, and versatile. It is also, currently, the most expensive form of renewable energy–but costs are coming down and the energy source itself is free.” — Isabel Thomas

  65. “It’s not that utilities oppose solar power, per se–many are investing in large-scale solar projects, but many utilities are opposed to customers generating their own electricity and selling it to the grid. Think of APS like a grocer who doesn’t want home gardeners selling vegetables in the town square–except this grocer enjoys a government-sanctioned monopoly.” — Jeremy Deaton

  66. “Needless to say, the implications of cheap solar power would be truly staggering, revolutionizing virtually every aspect of life and geopolitics. Potentially dangerous nuclear power would become obsolete; dirty energy sources like coal and oil would be a thing of the past; and the world would no longer have to kowtow to corrupt governments that just happen to be resource-rich.” — Max Miller

  67. “After many years of environmental campaigns against the burning of fossil fuels and utilizing nuclear energy to power our homes, the consensus is finally coming through that alternative energy is the way of the future. Of all the available methods for home and business owners alike, solar energy has come out on top of being the most resourceful, effective, and financially advantageous.” — Daniel Matthews

  68. “Solar power is actually a bargain with the subsidies that are now available. The installed cost of solar has gone down 95 percent since 1970, and is expected to go down even more with massive deployment and thin-film technology in the near future. And who can put a cost on the health benefits of cleaner air and the environmental benefits of stopping or at least slowing global warming.” — David Freeman

  69. “While at least 20 states still burn fossil fuels for their electrical grid, solar energy is on the rise across the country. This is not only because of the newer understanding of why alternative energy is so important for the environment, but because ease of installation and overall cost has become more user-friendly; installing panels on your rooftop is no longer reserved for the wealthy or the corporate franchises.” — Daniel Matthews

  70. “Solar power is no longer the “pipe dream of environmentalists,” as much as the utility companies would like to have us believe it. While there are still two billion people in the world without access to electricity (and another billion who have it less than 10 hours per day), there are now 500,000 homes worldwide (mostly in Third World villages) powered by photovoltaics. They know something the utilities don’t–that power from the sun is the best power you can get.” — John Schaeffer

  71. “So why do utilities try to stop their customers from financing local solar generation? Because, as the electric utility thinktank, Edison Electric Institute, warned back in 2013, solar power generates the most in mid-afternoon, when utilities traditionally charge the most, which means solar power is a disruptive challenge such as utilities have never faced before, and if they don’t get ahead of it they may go the way of AT&T Long Lines when the internet exploded.” — John S. Quarterman

  72. “At the University of Michigan a team of experts has come up with a solar cell concept — using an ancient Japanese craft — that they say can track the sun in a highly effective way. Using kirigami — a type of Japanese paper art similar to origami — the team, which includes engineers and an artist, have developed what the university describes as, “an array of small solar cells that can tilt within a larger panel.” It is this ability to tilt that enables the cells to follow the sun’s rays.” — Anmar Frangoul

  73. “Another advantage of solar energy is its safety. An enormous amount of time, money, and energy is put into keeping fossil fuel plants and nuclear plants safe. An oil spill can devastate the surrounding environment. Coal mine accidents often cause death or injury. The security companies and police SWAT teams that protect nuclear power plants must be alert to guard against terrorism. By contrast, solar energy is safe from terrorist attacks. There is nothing in a solar plant that could devastate the environment. A breakdown in a solar energy plant might mean a broken mirror. A breakdown in a nuclear plant could mean a major disaster.” — Jim Ollhoff

  74. “On the Earth’s surface, solar power is also handicapped because it is intermittent. A 1000-megawatt coal, gas, or nuclear power station needs only a few acres (or hectares) of land and operates day and night. A 1000-megawatt solar power station occupies square miles (or square kilometers) and works only in the daytime. Even so, the dream of producing electric power from sunlight on a massive scale won’t die. Solar cells have been used to power satellites and space probes for decades. Someday, they may help to power a moon base. Unlike the situation on Earth, sunlight shines constantly in space, and the idea of deploying enormous solar cell arrays in near-Earth orbit and sending the electric power they generate to Earth using microwave transmitters was suggested more than 40 years ago by the Czech-American scientist and engineer Peter Glaser.” — Franklin Hadley Cocks

  75. “Solar power is a big idea, whose time has come. And, like the space program, solar is an idea that can shape our nation in significant and positive ways. In the coming months, in the coming years, we will face critical decisions on how to address climate change, reduce our dependence on foreign energy, and boost our economic competitiveness. The beauty of solar power is that it offers an elegant solution to all three of these challenges. Imagine what it would be like if every time that it rained it rained oil, big black drops falling from the sky. Don’t you think that we would find some way to run around with a big bucket and collect all of that energy that was falling from the sky? I know this sounds like an absurd picture, but the reality is that what we have outside today is something very comparable to that. Literally, we have useful energy pouring out of the sky, and nowhere does it rain sunshine with greater intensity and consistency than in the American southwest.” — Gabrielle Giffords

Solar Panel Quotes

  1. “With solar panels the future is looking bright.”

  2. “Solar panel… The sun don’t charge for energy!”

  3. “It’s really kind of cool to have solar panels on your roof.” — Bill Gates

  4. “My house is solar powered. I tell Republicans, ‘You can hate the subsidies – I hate the subsidies, too – but you can’t hate solar panels.” — Thomas Massie

  5. “The whole photovoltaic technology itself is a bit magical you know – sunlight falls on this inert material and you get electricity straight out of it.” — Prof. Martin Green

  6. “Once you got a solar panel on a roof, energy is free. Once we convert our entire electricity grid to green and renewable energy, cost of living goes down.” — Elizabeth May

  7. “I drive a hybrid, and we’ve changed our light bulbs and windows and installed solar panels and geothermal ground source heat pumps and most everything else.” — Al Gore

  8. “Bringing solar as a renewable energy resource for those who are not able to install solar panels on their roofs allows more communities to benefit from a solar array.v Jeff Van Drew

  9. “I live out of my van, which gives me a first-hand appreciation for power and lighting. A few years ago, I rebuilt the interior of my van to include solar panels and a battery that powers LEDs for lighting and allows me to charge my phone and laptop.” — Alex Honnold

  10. “I know coal is dirty, but that’s all we got. So as much as I’d love to have clean energy – solar panels everywhere – right now, all we have is coal. The people I love, and the people that I grew up with, that’s their livelihood, and I don’t want to see them starve.” — Richard Ojeda

  11. “It’s encouraging to know that you’re doing your fair share to mitigate global warming. It’s comforting to know your future is more secure. And let’s face it: Solar power is cool. When you put panels on your roof, people notice, and they’ll be nicer to you. Well, maybe …” — Rik Degunther

  12. “Sunlight and wind are inherently unreliable and energy-dilute. As such, adding solar panels and wind turbines to the grid in large quantities increases the cost of generating electricity, locks in fossil fuels, and increases the environmental footprint of energy production.” — Michael Shellenberger

  13. “I hope climate science becomes the big thing. And then what I want is electrical engineers to solve the world’s energy problems, energy distribution problems. I want mechanical engineers to make better transportation systems. I want chemical engineers to develop better solar panels, and so on.” — Bill Nye

  14. “America is home to the best researchers, advanced manufacturers, and entrepreneurs in the world. There is no reason we cannot lead the planet in manufacturing solar panels and wind turbines, engineering the smart energy grid, and inspiring the next great companies that will be the titans of a new green energy economy.” — Brad Schneider

  15. “Solar panels are coming down dramatically in cost per watt. And as a result of that, the total amount of solar energy is growing, not linearly, but exponentially. It’s doubling every 2 years and has been for 20 years. And again, it’s a very smooth curve. There’s all these arguments, subsidies and political battles and companies going bankrupt, they’re raising billions of dollars, but behind all that chaos is this very smooth progression.” — Ray Kurzweil

 

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