• Solar Power: Myths debunked with Facts

    Posted on Dec 17, 2018 by : prakash0

    Myth 1: Solar Panels are loud and an unreliable source of energy

    Fact: Solar panels are completely silent and modern inverters are too quite to be heard humming. Even the humming sound completely stops at night when there is no power to convert. Solar Power is a reliable source of energy and Solar EPC installers provide warranty if there is any problem at all.

    Myth 2: Solar Panels don’t work well in cold weather

    Fact: Solar Panels work effectively if there’s sunlight in the daytime even in cold weather conditions. Solar Panels are build to work in varying temperature conditions thereby proving that cold weather is not a problem for energy generation.

    Myth 3: Solar panels are too expensive and require heavy maintenance

    Fact: Government of India’s initiative to promote Solar power in India has made Solar installations cheaper. Therefore, the benefits of installing solar panel outweigh the costs. Government subsidies and savings on electricity bill make solar installations cost effective. The payback is period is 4-5 years and after that electricity is free for lifetime.

    Myth 4: Solar panels damage roofs and make it look unattractive

    Fact:  Solar Panels are now available in various sizes and shapes. Therefore, aesthetically installing a solar power system makes your roof look attractive and there is almost no damage done to your roof. With the growing popularity of solar power, professionals can install solar panels in positions and locations to make it visually appealing.

    Myth 5: Solar panels require a tracking system to follow the angle of the sun

    Fact: Solar panels are installed in position to maximise sun exposure, meaning tracking systems are not required.

    Myth 6: Solar Power is only for environmental advocates

    Fact: Solar Power is free and is profitable to all. Both homemakers and businessmen benefit from solar energy as it involves huge savings and advantages specially in the long run.

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