Mapsor is entering into a new field of solar Project. Solar is renewable energies fastest growing sector with photovoltaic instillation, climbing 140% in 2015. But while the industry has enjoy brisk sales & high prizing 2012 is high expected to see much more demand.

Solar Energy (The Way of the Future) :

The anxiety caused by our current energy policy stems from two main problems. First, our energy supply is limited; and secondly, our current methods of producing energy from these limited resources pollute the environment. These realizations have prompted a worldwide effort to discover and develop alternative means of energy production. Many believe that the most promising results have been produced in the field of solar energy.

The most obvious advantage to solar power is the lack of pollution emitted by solar cells. During their operation, PV cells use only sunlight as fuel, which is essentially an unlimited resource. PV cells emit no atmospheric or water pollutants. Hence, solar energy does not contribute to global warming or the production of acid rain. Solar cells do not require cooling water for their operation and hence do not contribute to the thermal pollution of water.

Also, unlike nuclear power, radioactive waste is not a concern with solar energy. The only pollutants associated with solar energy are the chemicals and wastes used and produced during the manufacture of the cells. Also, the disposal of used PV cells could present waste problems, but it is believed that most of the toxic chemicals associated with used solar cells are recyclable.

One major environmental concern solar energy presents is the amount of land area required to produce a significant amount of solar energy.

It seems that there are no insurmountable obstacles preventing the development of solar energy. The use of PV cells should not be inhibited by material or land shortages. Furthermore, the sun is essentially an unlimited source of energy. However, as we continue to develop inexpensive solar electrical generating technologies, it is becoming more and more apparent that solar energy will soon provide an appreciable amount of our energy, especially in areas that receive large amount of sunlight.

There is no argument that pure solar energy is a clean, green energy source. It doesn't produce a by-product, it needs no raw materials to consume in production and it creates little waste.

What is surprising about solar energy is the fact that people have not utilized it more wide-scale until now. Part of that situation has to do with having the technology available at an affordable level. Historically, solar energy technology has essentially been the play toys of the rich and government-funded scientists. However, two factors changed that paradigm: rising fossil-fuel costs of consumption and cheaper solar technology being made available.

The Consumer Economic Impact :

Economically, solar energy eventually pays for itself over time. Due to the fact that fossil fuels and traditional energy production is going up in cost at the same time that solar technology is coming down in price, a trade-off occurs. A buyer pays an upfront cost to install the equipment, but then he reaps immediate savings being able to substitute from the traditional energy source. Additionally, extra energy produced in facilities can be bought back, so solar energy begins to produce revenue for its owners. Eventually, the original installation cost is paid back and the results are net profit. On average, a homeowner can expect approximately $5,000 in energy production.

In pulling back on a commitment to support solar energy, the government will cause the abandonment of hundreds of community scale schemes

They are now more energy-saving and going green when it comes to the things they use. Now, this gives rise to the use of so many solar-powered gadgets and home equipments that lessened the pollution and conserved big deals of energy.