Developing Nations and Why they Should Rely on Solar


Money and purchasing power is one of the hallmarks of great economies. The richer the country the higher, the metrics; yet, for developing countries this may be a big gap they may not be able to bridge. The sheer enormity of the gap between a developed nation and a developing one is too big to fill. It takes a long time to reach the level at which they are. One key area which is recently seen some great amount of change is energy.

A majority of our power consumption still relies on fossil fuels and hydel electricity, but both have their drawbacks and can be extremely problematic in the long run. The obvious solution would be to find an endless supply of energy. The answer to that would be the big ball of fire, which has been the source of all our energy for the life on this planet, the Sun.  The sun is a giant nuclear reactor, on which there are millions of fusion reactions going on every hour. It radiates a huge amount of energy to our planet, enough in one hour to fulfil the energy needs of the people for over a year. This potential energy, however, remains hugely untapped; this is due to various reasons, such as 70% of the earth being covered by water and inaccessible land areas.

There are certain places which have an abundance of sunlight all year round. One of the more fortunate places is in the country of Pakistan. Mostly a dry and arid region, it gets sunlight all year round and the country is in the midst of a revolution in utilizing this abundance of energy. There are many solar companies in Pakistan, which provide end-to-end solar energy solutions. They help in all processes of installation, from procurement and design to installation and after sales support. This wide range of services can help with getting more people interested in the idea of installing solar systems.

For commercial purposes, the companies can also help with getting the necessary documents and tenders; all the while providing charts and data for companies to help with grid independence. This is the main advantage of solar power, that over time they can produce enough power so that their reliance on the grid reduces. For homes, this is rather easy to achieve and even takes lesser time to contribute to the main lines. The main solutions they provide are ground-mounted systems and rooftop solar systems. The latter is very popular and is the most used system in the world.


The solar companies also procure their products and parts from abroad, thus ensuring they are of the highest quality. This helps increase the longevity of the products and one can be rest assured these come with a long-term warranty. The utilization of solar power is the first step in a long line of measures we need to take to ensure that our future is sustainable. Solar energy could be the salvation of humankind from its own doing and it all starts with a small step one can take at home. 
Developing Nations and Why they Should Rely on Solar Developing Nations and Why they Should Rely on Solar Reviewed by Internal Eseo on June 18, 2018 Rating: 5

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