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Environmental-Benefits

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Environmental Benefits

Responsible businesses are looking for sustainable alternatives, to reduce their energy costs.

Solar energy produces no CO2 pollution

The continued use of fossil fuels generates high levels of carbon dioxide and air pollution. The air pollution causes harmful health problems and CO2 emissions contribute to climate change. CO2 has a harmful impact on our environment by altering weather patterns, rising sea levels and increasing ecological damage.

A safe and low-impact energy source

Sunlight is free, infinite and easily accessible, unlike fossil fuels, which need to be mined, extracted and transported. These processes cause serious land and ecological degradation, and carry the risk of disasters such as oil spills.

Solar is carbon-free

Since, the solar power is Green House Gas (GHG) emissions free, the power generated will replace anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases estimated to be approximately 93,022 tonnes of CO2e per year, thereon displacing 95,145 MWh/year amount of electricity from the generation-mix of power plants connected to the INDIAN GRID, which is mainly dominated by fossil fuel based power plant.