How is Solar energy better than Thermal power?

How is Solar energy better than Thermal power?

Solar energy is a clean source of energy because it can generate electricity for as long as the Sun exists. Thermal power is a non-renewable source of energy as coal is required to generate electricity.

  1. Solar energy is a nonpolluting, renewable energy source that can be used in place of fossil fuels. It does not cause air pollution by producing harmful gases like as carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, or sulphur oxide. Because thermal power plants use coal to generate electricity, they release a large amount of carbon dioxide into the environment.
  2.  Solar thermals are easy to install and generate power without the requirement of wires or cords. Thermal engines use a lot of lubricating oil, which again is expensive.
  3. The Indian Ministry of Power and New and Renewable Energy has released updated criteria for thermal power plants to create renewable energy generation capacity through open bids, either by themselves or through contractors. This will ensure that high-cost fossil fuels are replaced by renewable energy in the thermal power sector.

Because renewable energy is affordable than thermal energy, the benefits of merging renewable and thermal energy will be equally shared between the generator and distributor businesses.

Because renewable energy will be equivalent to the thermal energy, distribution companies will no longer need to invest in separate renewable energy infrastructure.

“This is a huge step toward attaining the objective of 500 GW of non-fossil energy capacity by 2030.” The distribution businesses will be able to use the renewable energy provided under the initiative to fulfil their renewable purchasing mandate, without having to pay for a separate PPA. Without considering hydroelectric developments, India’s installed renewable energy capacity has surpassed 110 GW. From 2023 onwards, India would need to install 28 GW of new solar power every year, three times the capacity installed in any previous year, to achieve 300 GW by 2030. To reach the 2030 aim, solar professional believe India would need precise execution strategies, stability, and financial structure

We ARS have always  been a strong supporter of the Indian government in this initiative.

We have developed a straight-forward solution named AGNI-69 to deal with the burning of fossil fuels in community kitchens, which can reduce the usage of LPG’s to almost 80%.

ARS is also the indigenous manufacturers  of solar grade mirrors in India.

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