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Research Paper | Renewable and Sustainable Energy | India | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
Prospects of Solar Energy in Rural Areas
Abstract: Today's world is fighting a war which is bigger and severe than any war fought in the past and that is the fight against pollution and depletion of natural resources in every context, be it quantity or quality. This war is being fought in every region of this world as we speak and there is a immediate requirement for a solution to these issues. Amongst all these major problems being faced, usage and implementation of renewable energy is the best and most suitable alternative. For a major aspect of this war, which is now a basic human necessity - electricity, Solar energy is the most viable alternative in order to solve problems related to its production and distribution. In this project we will study facts and figures for implementation of Solar energy and its usage. It is the most abundant form of energy available on the planet which is easy to access and nothing other than a equipments required for electricity production through sunlight which is a 'Solar pannel' is required in order to access it. India is one of those country in this world which is located directly in the position to get huge amount and has high quality of sunlight through the year. Solar power implementation is the best option for people in this country to fight against these problems of pollution and preservation of natural resources.
Keywords: Sustainable energy, Solar power implementation, Rural India
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,
Pages: 1564 - 1569
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