Can solar power energy be physically harmful?

Asked Aug 02, 2010
If solar power can produce enough power to operate a refrigerator, it can physically harm you the same way that amount of energy from another production method can.

The way solar panels are currently used, they are as safe as any other power source.
Answered Aug 03, 2010
Using solar energy can help the environment by reducing pollution. Although pollution is still created when the solar panels are made, using the solar panels to generate electricity does not produce any pollution. If you need solar inverters South Africa is home to a company called Aya Trading that has you covered on all of your solar needs in the South Africa sun.

Answered Feb 18, 2016
Solar energy is an important source of renewable energy and its technologies are broadly characterized as either passive solar or solar depending on the way they capture and distribute solar energy or convert it into solar power. It is one of the important sources of renewable energy and it never physically harms. I like to refer Gate to China for any information. You can also refer that for any required information.
Answered May 03, 2016
Solar energy can be harmful if you don't use precautions while installing and maintaining solar electricity systems.
Pollution wise, it makes less pollution as compared to other energy sources. However, it takes lot of land space which results in environmental degradation. Some manufacturers don't follow the laws and regulations, use chemicals which may introduce health risks to the workers.
But still solar energy is always beneficial as it is cost effective, more sustainable and resilient, it does not emit green house gases like carbon dioxide and methane and importantly safe for humans.
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Answered Apr 09, 2018

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