Lower Carbon Emissions
Solar PV electricity is renewable once the installation offsets the carbon emitted during its actual construction. For example, a typical 2.5 kWp system could provide up to 50% of a household’s annual electricity, saving around 1200 kg of CO2 per year and around 30 tonnes over its lifetime.
During electricity generation with PV panels, there are no harmful greenhouse gas emissions. Thus solar PV is environmentally friendly.
Solar Energy can be very easily derived from solar panels with photovoltaic cells that convert sunlight into electricity.
Solar Energy emits no pollutants and so is one of the cleanest and safest forms of energy.
Ease of Use
Solar panels are easy to install and require no maintenance because of the absence of moving parts. The extraction of energy from sunlight via solar cells operates in an absolutely silent manner without disturbing the household or the place where it is installed.