Published By : 29 Jan 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Solar energy is a source of clean, renewable energy. The adoption of solar power is rising rapidly around the world. In the past few decades, the solar power sector has grown by leaps and bounds and this has been possible because of innovation. Let us look at the major disadvantages of solar energy and how these cons associated with solar energy are increasingly being addressing by technological advancement.
Disadvantages of Solar Energy and Technological Transformation
One of the challenges restraining the global solar energy market is that the manufacturing of solar panels is associated with some amount of pollution. Although this pollution is significantly lower as compared to other major sources of pollution, it is still posing a challenge for the market. Certain toxic materials and hazardous products are used when solar PVs are manufactured, which can indirectly impact the environment. Rising R&D in nanomaterials is projected to help produce PVs that are safer and more effective.