Though there are several other ways of producing electricity, solar panels have some additional advantages not only for the consumers, but producers and environment as well.
Uses of Solar Panels
Solar panels can used to power all kinds of electronic home appliances. This electricity is produced from sunlight and enables you to use it for many devices including solar-powered handheld calculators.
Moreover, it can also be used for street lights and satellites. To produce light during the night, the solar cells charge during the day hours which are then utilized at night.
Many environmental friendly communities in America have installed solar power stations to produce energy. Solar Power plants are not only free of cost but is also pollution free.
Solar power plants are used to make energy available to homes, businesses and remote research stations.
Advantages of Solar Panels
Solar panels are clean and pollution free.
Only initial investment for installing the plant is required because electricity is generated free of cost.
Solar power is clean, plentiful, and will stay a renewable source of energy that can meet all of Earth’s power needs.
Drawbacks of Solar Panels
Though there are several advantages, solar panels have some disadvantages as well. These include:
Solar panels are very expensive and in upcoming years demand for solar panels is expected to exceed supply.
Solar Panels also require more square yardage per kilowatt for the power-generating facility than fossil fuel power plants or nuclear power.