Advantages and disadvantages of solar energy, Biology

Advantage of solar energy:

1.         It is renewable: it produce comes from sun, so it is plentiful and will always be there as long we need it .

2.         Solar energy is clean: it produces no waste material, harmful products.

3.         Solar energy is cheap: it is free of cost. Only cost is the installation and purchase of a unit together, store and convert the solar energy for use.

Disadvantages of solar energy:

1.         The initial installation cost is very high.

2.         It does not work at night and on cloudy days.

3.         A very large solar panel is needed to get a decent amount of power.

 

 

 

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