GROWING RELATIONSHIP OF SOLAR POWER PLANT & ENVIRONMENT
Solar power plant & Environment
Solar is the fastest growing energy source in the world, and for good reason. It offers a limitless supply of clean, safe, renewable energy for heat and power. And it’s more affordable, more efficient, and more reliable than ever.
Benefits of solar power plant
- Limit greenhouse gas emissions, and shrink your carbon footprint.
- Solar energy is clear
Reducing your household’s carbon footprint
Carbon footprint: The total amount of greenhouse gases produce to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide (c02).
Using solar energy instead of the grid also means you reduce the need for carbon dioxide emitting energy to be produced for the grid on your behalf – for energy users on mainland Punjab, you could offset anywhere between a half and one tone of carbon dioxide for every megawatt hour of solar energy you use. With even a small system installed on your home, you can help reduce your household’s carbon footprint and contribute personally to the Australian Renewable Energy Target.
Reducing air pollution
The air we breathe can help or hinder our health and wellbeing. Electricity generation from fossil fuels can generate harmful carbon dioxide and methane gases that lower the quality of the air we breathe. Generating electricity from solar panels produce no harmful emissions, and the more homes and businesses that rely on solar power means less toxic emissions from fossil fuels into our air.
Using less water
The operation of solar photovoltaic cells doesn’t require water at all to generate electricity, reducing the strain on this precious resource.
More electricity today
Usha Shriram solar panels produce more electricity than Other ending brands, this can translate into more savings for you. More electricity at sunrise and sunset, and on cloudy days.
- More electricity throughout the day with better energy conversion across the light spectrum.
- More electricity at high temperatures.