1. Solar Energy is Eco-Friendly
Solar energy is an environmentally benign source of energy since it does not emit hazardous gases such as CO2, which contaminate the air and have a negative influence on the climate. As a result, you not only save money on your electric bills, but you also gain the benefit of living in such a healthy environment.
2. Free Source of Energy
The sun is the most abundant source of free energy. It can generate enough electricity to power the entire world for a year in just one minute.. Unlike natural gas or fossil fuels, the Sun is an endless supply of energy. Furthermore, India is an energy-scarce country where power generation is costly and solar energy can be the answer to India’s power requirement.
3. Great ROI
When your solar system produces electricity, your consumption from the grid reduces drastically. Additionally, any excess electricity generated, can be exported back to the grid, and the DISCOM credits your account for the units exported..Our customers have experienced a payback of 2 to 4 years with on-grid rooftop installation.
4. Generates Employment
Renewable energy investment is growing at a faster rate than any other fossil fuel business, with the potential to create more employment than any other.. Going solar contributes to local jobs, helping to enhance local economies.
5. Unused space can be put to good use
Solar energy can provide adequate power for your home by making use of unused rooftop areas. The majority of people don’t use their rooftops which get plenty of sunlight.
6. The future of solar energy is bright
You can lower your own personal environmental footprint by installing solar. When you install a solar panel system on your home, you avoid buying carbon-emitting electricity from the grid and instead draw power directly from your solar panels.At the end of the day, a typical solar panel system on a house will reduce carbon emissions by three to four tons per year, which is the equivalent of planting over 100 trees.
7. There is an abundance of sunlight
India is a perfect space for harnessing solar energy because of its geographical location. We have 300 days of sunshine per year, our peak power need is in the evenings rather than during the day (due to cooling needs), and we have a seasonal output peak in the summer that can get us through the winter and cloudy days.
Switch to Solar Today
Different states in India have established policies and subsidies to make customers and developers build rooftop solar power plants. Freyr Energy, an expert in solar installations. We can provide subsidies for rooftop solar installations on Indian homes and provide customised solar solutions as per your need. So, what are you waiting for? Make the transition to solar energy today.