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Sabu

Mar 14, 2015

Why do you think that solar energy has a bright future in India?


Why do you think that solar energy has a bright future in India? 

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Mohu

Member since Apr 1, 2017

1.It is an inexhaustible source of energy.       2.India being a tropical country receives sunlight in abundance throughout the year.                                                                         3.It is easy to establish solar plants in rural and remote areas.                                                4.It will minimise the dependence of rural households on firewood and dunk cakes, which in turn will contribute to environmental conservation and adequate supply of manure in agriculture.   5.It is becoming popular as it needs to be invested only at the time of installation and after that it does not require any maintenance charge.                                         6.It is also becoming popular as it  is used for cooking, heating water, lightning, etc.

 

Syeda

Answer.

1) India is a tropical country so it has better or enormous possibilities of trapping solar energy.
2) In india there is an abundence of sunlight and is becoming popular in rural and uban areas as it needs to be invested in only at the time of installation and after that it does not need any maintanence. eg: in some areas solar energy operated milk testing equipments are set up.
3) Solar plants are rapidly being stablished in indian households to minimise the dependence on conventional sources like firewood and dung cakes which in turn contribute to environmental conservation and adequete supply

Ishita Gupta

 1) India is a tropical country so it has better or enormous possibilities of trapping solar energy.
2) In india there is an abundence of sunlight and is becoming popular in rural and uban areas as it needs to be invested in only at the time of installation and after that it does not need any maintanence. eg: in some areas solar energy operated milk testing equipments are set up.
3) Solar plants are rapidly being stablished in indian households to minimise the dependence on conventional sources like firewood and dung cakes which in turn contribute to environmental conservation and adequete supply of manure in agriculture.       hope u understood :D

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