Advantages of Solar Energy in India
Solar energy provides cost effective solutions to energy problems where there is no electricity at all. Some of the advantages of solar energy which makes it all the more suitable for India are as follows: No Pollution : Solar energy is environment friendly. Solar energy is non-polluting, clean, reliable and renewable source of electricity. It does not pollute the air by releasing harmful gases like carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and sulphur oxide. Solar energy does not require and fuel and thus avoid the problems of transportation of fuel or the storage of radioactive waste. Hence it is very suitable for India, India being one of the most polluted countries of the world. Variety of uses : Solar energy can be used for variety of purposes like as heating, drying, cooking or electricity, which is suitable for the rural areas in India. It can also be used in cars, planes, large power boats, satellites, calculators and many more such items, just apt for the urban population. Renewable Source : This is an inexhaustible source of energy and the best replacement to other non-renewable energies in India. Solar energy is a renewable source of energy and will continue to produce electricity as long as sun exists. Although solar energy can not be produce during night and cloudy days but it can be used again and again during day time. Solar energy from sun is consistent and constant power source and can be used to harness power in remote locations. In an energy deficient country like India, where power generation is costly, solar energy is the best alternate means of power generation. Low maintenance : Solar cells generally doesn’t require any maintenance and run for long time. More solar panels can be added from time to time when needed. Although, solar panels have initial cost but there are no recurring costs. Initial cost that is incurred once can be recovered in the long run. Apart from this, solar cells make no noise at all and...
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