Over the last decade all over the world, solar power has proven to be the King of Energy in these times. According to a report from the International Energy Agency, solar power which is the leading renewable energy source could account for 80% of electricity generation in the next decade. It could well be that by 2030, solar will have become the most important source of energy for electricity production in a large part of the world. This will also have a positive impact on the environment and climate change.

Therefore, the need to implement renewable, reliable, and cost-effective energy sources to meet the growing population’s demand has reached considerable importance

 Here is the following reason why solar energy is the future of electricity;

  1. Solar Energy is presently amongst the Cheapest Energy Sources

Previously, there was a myth that solar energy is expensive. For this reason, many people would shy away from the opportunity to go solar. However, solar energy technology is continually dropping in price as the technology advances. This is as opposed to the conventional gradation of other products which increase in price.  Unlike conventional sources of energy, solar energy is a renewable source, meaning it is abundant and freely available in nature. The Sun provides the continuous flow of energy that is converted by the solar panels to produce electricity

  1. Solar is an Abundant Energy Source

Solar energy is derived from the sun. The sun has the capacity to generate and cater to the world’s energy needs without exhaustion.

Calculations show that one day of sunlight is more than efficient to power the entire earth for more than a hundred years. The excellent part of it is that the sun’s energy is completely free.

  1. Solar Energy is Environment Friendly

Unlike fossil fuels which are harsh on the environment and public health, solar energy does not release any emissions into the atmosphere. It is environment and health friendly. This is why a number of western countries endorse the source and make room for subsidies and incentives.

 In the process of making electricity, no harmful gas or greenhouse gas is emitted into the atmosphere as compared to the energy we get from fossil fuels. It does not have any negative impact on the environment resulting in lower environmental pollution.

In a nutshell, reports show that in the next decade, solar energy will be the leading energy source worldwide as a large number of countries and economies are adopting it.