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2nd Dec, 2020
How Does Solar Energy Reduce Carbon Footprint
Solar Power is one of the renewable energy resources in the world. The sun’s radiant light and heat are harnessed by various technologies like Photovoltaic systems, solar thermal collectors, etc. The Earth receives 174 petawatts (PW) of solar radiation at its upper atmosphere. 30% of the energy is reflected in space, and the rest is harvested by cloud, ocean, land, etc. The spectrum of solar light at the Earth’s surface is mostly spread across the visible and near-infrared ranges with a small part in the near-ultraviolet.[6] Most of the world’s population live in areas with insolation levels of 150–300 watts/m2, or 3.5–7.0 kWh/m2 per day.
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8th May, 2020
Switching to Solar Power can mean improved healthcare for Rural India

As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on, across the world, affecting more and more patients worldwide, leaving them in a desperate need to seek medical attention, our main focus of attention for the past few months has been the healthcare system. India saw the largest increase in cases on 4th May, and with the need to hospitalize more and more patients, in Covid-19 containment centers and hospitals, what has come to our attention is the crumbling healthcare system that’s prevalent in the country and especially the shocking state of affairs in rural India, where a government hospital with a maximum of 100 beds is all a town has, to rely on.

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8th May, 2020
Preparing for a Pandemic: Covid19 as a roadblock to India’s solar power plan?

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus globally has pushed us into an economic recession, nothing like we’ve seen before, globally. With India being under national lockdown for over a month, at present, and with no future hopes of the lockdown being lifted soon, with the number of cases increasing every day and no apparent treatment yet discovered, the future for solar power in India looks bleak. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has already declared a global recession, and even India is suffering the heat of such an economic drawback. Caught in the midst of this humanitarian crisis is a very critical sector: the solar energy sector. With climate concerns also gaining significance, we can no longer afford to ignore the carbon footprints we are leaving behind, with the use of conventional sources of energy.

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8th May, 2020
5 Starter Methods to Reduce Energy Costs for Businesses

Being the third largest consumer of electricity, it is only obvious that business owners in India spend a huge amount of money annually for their energy consumption needs. But what is indeed shocking is that India’s share of renewable energy consumption is a mere 18 percent, which not only increases the carbon footprint we leave on the world, but also increases our energy costs trifold. To reduce monthly operating costs is not an easy feat, especially for big firms and energy consumers. If you are one of the individuals who do not know extensively about energy efficiency, it is no worry. You should rely on a good energy consultant to help you figure your energy needs, and realign them with the best deductions in cost. Here are the best tips, for starters, that you can utilize to cut down energy costs:

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