Pros And Cons Of Batteries

Solar energy is a radiant heat and light from the sun harnessed using various technologies. Sometimes, it is directly used to solve various puzzles in life. Whenever solar energy comes in most peoples’ mind, what follow next is the solar photovoltaic panels. These panels are used to convert solar energy to electrical energy. Nonetheless, this does not come without challenges. The following are pro and cons of solar energy.

Pros

Renewable: With long lasting car batteries, a person can easily recharge the batteries without exhausting its source. There will never be such a time that sunlight will get exhausted as a result of being harnessed. If anything, it does not affect anything on the ecosystem.

Sustainable: This is the exploitation of the current raw materials to fully benefit the current generation, while at the same time conserve the energy for the future generation. This is virtually the case when the sunlight is harnessed. Again, sunlight is always in abundance and at the disposal of any person willing to harness it.

Environmental friendly: Harnessing solar energy causes no harm. Its usage has no by products and hence clean as compared to other non renewable sources. However, there might be an insignificant level of pollution during the manufacturing of 12v deep cycle batteries. When compared to non-renewable sources of energy, the pollution is always negligible.

Silent: All the components used to harness energy from the sun are usually free from noise. Unlike the wind and hydroelectric power where generators and wind mills pollute noise.

Reduction of electricity budgets: Sustaining electricity bills is very expensive. Solar energy can be used to supplement electricity bills. For instance, it is expensive to heat water with electricity, but almost priceless to warm the same using solar energy. Landscaping in compound lighting features can rely on the solar energy rather than H.E.P energy.

Others: These include availability, low cost of maintenance, shared solar, many applications and financial support from the government among other pros.

Cons

Expensive: It is very expensive to buy and install these panels. This is mainly because of the unlimited scientific knowledge applied in their manufacturing process. However, after the installation, the cost is almost of maintenance is almost zero. It is expensive to maintain consistent energy demand. It requires a lot of technology to achieve this, making the process expensive. Most of the materials used in the manufacture in the process are all exotic, meaning that they are all imported from different parts of the world. This makes the overall process of manufacturing quite expensive.

Intermittent: It is intermittent in that it is only limited to specific times when only there is sufficient exposure to the sunlight. During weather changes which might affect the solar intensity may reduce the total amount of energy harnessed by the solar panels.

Space: For a large harnessing of energy, a lot of space is often required for the installation process. The total surface area of the solar panels is usually directly proportional to the total amount of energy produced.

Pollution: Although the process is considered as clean, the bottom line is that pollution is often the felt in the overall process of manufacturing these panels.

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