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A Review: Solar Power Generation

Suryakant yadav, Anil verma, Abhishek yadav, Ashutosh Kumar Anshu, Dr. Arun Kumar Yadav, Archana Pal


Sunlight Produces Solar energy which is a never ending renewable source of energy which is environmentally friendly. Enough sunlight reaches Earth every hour to meet the world's energy demand for an entire year. In today's time production, we need electricity every hour. This solar energy is generated for applications like industrial, commercial, domesticity etc. and residential. It can easily get the energy drawn from direct sunlight. So it is very efficient and free environment pollution nearby. The paper also focuses on technical, economic and institutional barriers to the development and use of solar energy technologies.


Renewable source energy, Solar panels, Photovoltaic cell, designing of PV Panel

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