Sourcing energy from the sun, and cleaning the earth

- Jan 17, 2019-

Solar panels are made from the most common crystalline silicon in silica sand. Although some chemicals are used during manufacturing to clean the semiconductor surface of the system, leading PV industry manufacturers are strictly following environmental regulations and comply with industry waste disposal regulations to ensure that they do not cause continuous damage to workers' health and the environment.

 

Solar moduless can also reduce the impact on the land. Small solar panel module assemblies can be installed on the roof, and large projects such as photovoltaic power plants are often located in low-grade land or brownfields and abandoned mine land.

 

As we know, solar panels, powered by sunlight, emit large amounts of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases, absorb heat from the atmosphere and raise surface temperatures. Since the Industrial Revolution, these have caused unprecedented global climate change, including droughts, wildfires, storms, hurricanes and floods.

 

In contrast, the use of solar panels to provide electricity through photovoltaic modules does not release any harmful gases because the source of fuel is sunlight. There will be only a small amount of emissions during the manufacture of photovoltaic modules and the transportation of materials.

 

Using photovoltaic panels to charge electric vehicles is ideal for preventing contamination. Some solar panel PV modules use solar and efficient energy systems in their manufacturing to further reduce carbon emissions during the manufacturing phase.

 

Water is a basic human need, and water resources are scarce and precious in many dry and turbulent areas. Solar panels, using sunlight to generate electricity, do not cause water problems. According to UN-Water, agriculture has the largest water demand on a global scale. Biofuels are known by some as clean fuels, which consume large amounts of water during irrigation and raw material processing, and in some cases lead to conflicts between land use and water use.

 

Hydropower stations are also known as sources of clean electricity and are widely used as renewable energy sources. However, homes and villages are often destroyed or relocated due to dam projects. River systems are altered to affect wildlife habitats and freshwater ecosystems.

 

Although wind turbines excel in power supply, they generate a lot of noise during operation. Residents living near wind farms react strongly to high levels of noise, and many people are still unable to adapt even after a long time. Solar panel photovoltaic modules are not considered to be hazardous due to the absence of friction and sound from moving parts.