Every moment Sun releases 3.8 x 10^26 Joules of energy in to our solar system.
â€‹But earth receives small fraction of that energy on its surface.
Most of it is reflected back and absorbed by earth's atmosphere before striking the ground.
Look at the perspective when you analyze electricity generated from solar.
It is not just your electricity bill or the financial feasibility of the solar power system the conventional sources of energy like coal and petroleum have some serious social, economic, and environmental impacts.
Our India is an agricultural country with over 2/3 of the population depends on agriculture and its related activities for their livelihood.
India is also one of the leading exporters of agricultural products in the world.
Today, fossil fuels are used to produce most of the hydrogen around the world. It leads to carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
Green Hydrogen technology has the potential to decarbonize the industrial processes used in oil refining, ammonia production, steel production, transport, and many more.
We see solar panels having solar cells from 36 cells to 144 cells.
Each silicon cell, cut into square pieces, joined, and encapsulated in an aluminium frame called a solar module.
Today in this post, I will discuss the basic difference between the 60 cells vs 72 cells.