General Knowledge

Benefits of Going Solar in your Residential or Commercial Space

Aug 26, 2019

When people think about getting solar energy, they usually think of big, dark panels that cover their roofs. Not picturesque, but rewarding (considering the functional aspects of the matter).

Now everyone knows that the sun is the most idyllic source of energy.


Because it is an indefinitely renewable natural resource whose rays produce neither carbon dioxide nor other dangerous (i.e. greenhouse) gas emissions during conversion. You also do not need a fuel or water / wind power to generate electricity.

However, there are many other lesser-known benefits of using solar panels in your home area - read below to find out what that is!


The cost of maintenance and power generation of solar backup solutions is virtually non-existent, as you only have to pay the installation cost of your preferred device. The prices of these products - and in particular the cost of solar panels - vary. Depending on the size and type of your accommodation. Despite the significant initial investment (capital investment), your solar energy resources will pay off well in the long term, as there are no additional costs for regular use.


In a conventional (wired) energy system, losses in transportation and distribution of energy increase in proportion to the distance between the production network and the supply points. Although this waste of energy is not very big, your devices and utilities cannot function optimally anymore. This problem is more pronounced in densely populated areas. With solar energy outlets, however, the photovoltaic modules are mounted on your rooftops - which significantly reduces the distance between the power generator and your devices.


One of the major (experimental) benefits associated with using solar energy systems is their ease of installation. First, you do not need a spacious roof to install the panels. Any horizontal or vertical space is enough. In addition, you can easily expand your installations if your energy needs change. Going Solar is the ideal solution for rural or geographically remote areas, where the cost of power distribution over traditional power distribution schemes is far too high. Today, traffic and traffic safety departments are also known for using solar panels (such as the Solis Energy-made "Light Pole Power Tap") to power streetlight poles and street lights to save on energy costs without compromising traffic safety.


Solar energy production does not lead to the emission of toxic gases - as we said at the beginning of this article. It also causes no noise pollution. This is a big plus point for cities like, Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore and different large cities of Pakistan, areas where high tones are already a big problem.

Furthermore, there is no waste that needs to be disposed of later, and the equipment does not require much maintenance. In fact, quality manufacturers of solar products such as Solis Energy are developing their products to withstand extremely harsh weather conditions - which mean they are very reliable.


We have all heard of the terrible accidents caused by faulty power grids or broken electricity pylons. Solar energy grids, however, are not as susceptible to overloads, fires or other harmful disasters because of their safer operating mechanism.

In Pakistan, the move towards solar energy is certainly the next big step on the road to "full electrification" - a promise that has long been announced by many at the forefront of government, but barely honored. Individual homeowners have stuck to this turn-of-the-century trend, and in some of the nobler areas of the country, there is hardly a house that does not have one or two elongated solar panels.




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