Solar Power
India, being the second most populous nation, has an extremely high demand for energy. India’s energy demand is expected to grow at an annual rate of 4.8 per cent over the next two decades. Most of this is currently met by fossil fuels – coal, petroleum-based products and natural gas.

Solar power is generated through usable energy obtained from sunlight. Solar energy is used in a number of applications, such as heat and electricity, and is a very attractive option because it is plentiful and virtually pollution free.

The energy source (the sun) is completely renewable unlike the source which is probably generating your current power supply. Solar power can be harnessed even in remote locations. This has proved to be a very important advantage of solar power in order to bring electricity to some of the most remote places on earth. Newer technologies have enabled us to store the solar electricity we harness though the use of batteries. This is a huge advantage of why we should integrate solar power to influence mechanized agricultural operations and home power supply.