Abundant Sun, So Far No Energy: Solar Panels Leave People High and Dry

Conversion to renewable energy sources is like a scenario if the establishment of anti-fossil manages to influence lawmakers to execute their green energy policies. 

Given the high prospect, and the transitions already happening in some nations, it is high-time for us to examine the operational and functional of renewable sources, particularly the solar installations which are extremely acclaimed.

The Renewable Craze

The so-called ‘trend’ about renewable energy is a myth. The top consumers of fossil fuels are still actively making power from fossil fuels and are also helping other nations for developing the technology of fossil fuel. The main reasons for this are the high price connected with generating power and installation, and the untrustworthy nature of the power produced.

Solar energy can be produced only during the daytime and any high-power consuming system must rely on further sources for energy in night. In the real estate sector, solar energy is the most awful. Fossil fuel and nuclear plants produce the same energy by consuming only a part of the space that solar uses.

In spite of these, almost unwanted aspects, various nations have gone forward and executed solar on a big scale. Below are some of these examples where a change to renewables had resulted in a net permanent loss.

Solar Failure in Australia and India

During the past 5 years, Australia saw a point in the solar installation of domestic places. Approximately, in 20% of homes of Australia rooftops solar have installed but it came with baggage. 

In Australia, observers of the renewable energy market feature the failures to the trade in of poor-quality solar products and the lack of laws wanting strict quality standards.

It looks like India to suffer from the same problems with substandard solar panels. India one of the major emitters of carbon dioxide at international climate conferences has been speaking as well as proud of its determined 100-gigawatt solar capacity target for the year 2022.

 

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