Solar power/electricity is generated from sunlight and India is blessed with plenty of sunlight. Vigorous efforts during the past two decades are giving results, as people are more aware of the renewable and green energy benefits. Also, many states in India are experiencing huge power shortage. Here are the reason why you need Solar Power.
- Many place in India are experiencing huge power cuts and basic needs of families, businesses and farmers are not being met
- Solar power generation has become inexpensive. Solar energy has turned into an economical power source in the long-run
- Solar Systems had become more efficient than before
- Diesel and Petrol based power has become more expensive
- Solar power protects our environment, earth and future
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Solar cell (also called a photovoltaic cell) is an electrical device that converts the energy of light directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect. Assemblies of photovoltaic cells are used to make solar modules which generate electrical power from sunlight. Multiple cells in an integrated group, all oriented in one plane, constitute a “solar photovoltaic panel” or "solar photovoltaic module“. A group of connected solar modules is called an "array."
By far, the most prevalent bulk material for solar cells is crystalline silicon, also known as "solar grade silicon". Thin-film technologies reduce the amount of material required in creating the active material of solar cell. Most thin film solar cells are sandwiched between two panes of glass to make a module. Since silicon solar panels only use one pane of glass, thin film panels are approximately twice as heavy as crystalline silicon panels. The majority of film panels have significantly lower conversion efficiencies, lagging silicon by two to three percentage points
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India is facing an energy crisis and at least 400 million rural residents lack access to any form of electricity and 90 million households still use kerosene to cook their food and light up their homes. Shortages of coal, oil and natural gas will require India to import increasing amounts of high-cost fossil fuels, risking inflation and putting more pressure on India's yawning budget deficit.
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