As a Customer you have a question in your mind that why Solar?
So, there is lots of benefits of Solar which is listed out here. Refer this and Let our team walk you through how you can invest on a solar power plant and help you in your journey to minimize your electricity bills, increase the value of your property, create revenue from unused roof space and reduce your carbon footprint.
Solar Energy represents a clean, green source of energy. Solar power doesn’t release any greenhouse gasses, and except for needing a source of clean water to function, it uses absolutely no other resources. Hence, it is safe, environment-friendly & non-polluting energy.
Solar power is self-sufficient and installing solar panels on your roof is a safe and easy path to contribute to a sustainable future. Starting on your home is a great way to show you care about the environment.
Fossil fuels, on the other hand, are nonrenewable resources. Once we have used up the Earth’s fossil fuel stores, that’s all we have, they will technically replenish themselves, but it will take millions of years to do so. By that time, it will be too late to use them. While Solar energy is a renewable form of energy and will exists till the sun exists, and we will not run out of sunlight and its energy.
Unlike fossil fuels, however, solar energy will be a viable energy option so long as we can access direct sunlight.
Solar energy is free of cost just we need to invest in Installation and then it will give you pay back in next few years (4-5). It will Reduce or compensate your Electricity bills also.
For residential area we can utilize roof space by installing Solar System and we can utilize other land by installing ground mounted solar system.
Generated Power by big plants are transmitted to load so some Power losses happens during this transmission of power or electricity. While using Solar there is no Power Loss due to transmission.
According to The Solar Foundation, the solar industry adds jobs many times faster than the overall Indian economy. This growth is expected to continue. Because solar-related jobs tend to be higher paying and cannot be outsourced, they are a significant contributor to the Indian economy.
Solar Energy has great future but susceptible to fail if operation and maintenance is overlooked.