The sun is a direct source of energy. Using renewable energy technologies, we can convert that solar energy into electricity. Solar lights produce no pollution and cause no harmful environmental effects. Solar energy could generate 2.5 percent of the world’s electricity by 2025.
The energy we get from all of the world’s reserves of coal, oil and natural gas can be matched by just 20 days’ supply of sunshine. Solar energy could improve environmental quality that is damaged by current dominant fossil fuels use. Solar energy is clean. No fossil fuels are used to produce heat or electricity with solar energy.
The energy output of a 1 KW solar energy unit is roughly equivalent to the burning of 170 pounds of coal and 300 pounds of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere
Solar power is energy generated from the heat or light from the sun. Solar power, also called solar energy can be used to produce heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling.
Users will be able to save more than thousands of dollars in power bills every year.
If the systems generate excessive electricity, it is also possible for users to profit as they can sell back the excess to the grid company.