Solar energy is a renewable energy which is inexhaustible and obtained from the electromagnetic radiation from the sun. It generates electricity and heat in a manner which is entirely sustainable and free.
Solar energy is sustainable, renewable, and plentiful. As the cost of using solar to produce electricity goes down each year, many Indians are increasingly switching to solar. Now, there are over a million solar installations across the country.
Below are additional benefits of switching to solar electricity.
- Cost Savings — Financial returns and lower monthly utility bills are major incentives for going solar. The exact savings you will see with solar depends on your uses.
- 100% inexhaustible energy, which is renewable and free
- Subsidies for Solar installations are being provided by the Indian Government.
- Environmental — Each kilowatt-hour (kWh) of solar that is generated will substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions like CO2, as well as other dangerous pollutants such as sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides and particulate matter. Solar also reduces water consumption and withdrawal.
- Reduces the use of fossil fuels
- Increasingly competitive energy source
- Solar Works Everywhere — The solar resource is enormous. Most states in India have good-to-excellent solar resource and can experience cost savings.
- Heat water, Produce solar cold and heating, Water crops, Illuminate exterior areas
- Reduces the need to rely on the electricity grid or natural gas
Disadvantages of Solar energy
- High initial investment for Solar installations, Major costing is solar PV panels
- Bad weather impacts the solar energy production
- Location of the home
- Intermittent energy
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