Rooftop solar power installations have assumed a lot of importance over the past few years, due to the increasing awareness about the need for renewable energy.
In India, the Government at the Center as well as the state levels knows the importance of solar power. Many schemes and activities have been started to promote solar power installation in India.
It is anticipated that by the year 2100 the temperature on the earth would have risen on an average by 1.8 degrees Celsius. In the worst possible case scenario, it could rise by 4 degree Celsius. High Carbon dioxide emissions cause immense damage to the environment.
In India, the Power sector in itself contributes around 50% of all emissions. A major part of the power generating activities relates to Non-renewable sources like Coal and Gas. With a population of 1.2 billion, we are the highest contributors of greenhouse gasses.
Regular power cuts, fluctuations, rising charges of non-conventional energy source make living tough here in India. However, the Sun is an enormous and unending source of renewable energy and India with a significant geographical presence on globe enjoys its riches.