Does Solar Energy Allow You to Go Off-Grid?

Started by evaskaenergy8, Aug 19, 2022, 07:42 AM

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Be it a step aimed at lowering your electricity costs or just a normal desire to do something different from what society is already doing, going off-grid is gaining traction among people. Well, it does not matter how simple it may appear to you going off-gride, there is a lot to put into implementation, and the process can be really costly if you are not properly prepared.

If you plan to go off-grid with the help of solar panels, you should ponder upon certain factors such as installation, costs, and local laws before taking the blow. However, there is certainly no denying the fact that the way we generate energy and utilize it has transitioned drastically over the last decade.

So, suppose you have decided to go solar and go off-grid. In that case, you must get in touch with Evaska Energy, as it is one of the top solar EPC companies in Delhi [nofollow] that offer a range of solar solutions to people who are interested in going solar and reducing their carbon footprint while contributing to a greener environment.

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First of all, I want to note that solar batteries do not make any significant contribution to the "cleanliness of the environment", because their very production (and disposal) already significantly harms the environment. Further, I don't know exactly about Delhi, but in Ukraine, for example, (well, or any European country), the transition to solar energy is hardly feasible, at least in the winter season for a private individual. The state, on the contrary, encourages in every possible way, and even a law "on green energy" has been issued that rewards (significantly reduces its cost) for those who sell it. BUT... this is, in general, a negative phenomenon, since green energy is absolutely incapable of replacing conventional methods of generating electricity, and in particular the main one - nuclear energy. The implementation of such a policy is beneficial primarily to Western corporations, because in this way they "strangle" the local manufacturer, large enterprises, etc.