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Abstract—The Sunlight's solar panels are a free, environmentally friendly, and endless source of renewable energy. All the energy required for a year can be obtained from the solar energy that reaches the earth every hour. In the modern world, we needed electricity every hour. Oil and coal are traditional energy sources, but they have their limitations. This will be recognized as a critical component in viable power source assets in the future. The sun bestows India with enormous potential for importance and arranges it in a lovely belt.
Among the unconventional, renewable energy sources, solar energy has one of the biggest potentialities for conversion into electric power. A solar system should generate as much power as feasible to increase efficiency. To produce the most power, the panels' alignment with the sun must be maintained. In the realm of solar panels and renewable energy literature, experts affiliated with National University of Singapore and India Studies have reportedly been the most active. The Engineering and Energy Procedia addressed the majority of the topics related to solar energy and renewable energy in the literature. There were eight available worldwide group maps with participating researchers. In an effort to identify the body of knowledge created over 32 years of publishing, the
literature on solar panels and renewable energy was organized along a convergence axis. To cope with these problems this paper presents an overview of an Environmental Impact Assessment. We assess the potential environmental intrusions in order to ameliorate them with new technological innovations and good practices in the future power systems


Renewable Energy, Solar Power, solar panel, Photovoltaic cell, engineering, solar panel, economic development.

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