There are many innovative uses of solar energy that can help reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and mitigate the impacts of climate change. Here are a few examples:
Solar energy is increasingly being used to power electric vehicles, boats, and even airplanes. Solar panels can be installed on the roofs of vehicles or integrated into the body to help power the electric motor.
Solar energy can be used to power buildings, reducing the need for traditional energy sources. Buildings can be designed with solar panels integrated into the roof or walls, or standalone solar arrays can be installed on the property to power the building. We are currently rolling out PayGo Solar which allows you to access power via an easy SMS top up. To get started with our system sizes, click here
Solar-powered water purification
Solar energy can be used to power water purification systems, which can help provide clean drinking water in areas without access to clean water sources. These systems are especially useful in rural or developing areas where traditional water treatment infrastructure may not exist.
Solar energy can be used to power irrigation systems, helping farmers grow crops in areas where water is scarce. Solar-powered tools and machinery can also be used to reduce the carbon footprint of agricultural operations.
Solar energy can be used to power desalination plants, which convert saltwater into freshwater. This can help provide a sustainable source of drinking water for coastal communities and regions with limited freshwater resources.
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