Advantages

There are many advantages in using solar power for energy. One advantage is that solar power can be used in remote areas without a reliable source of power. For example, there is a solar-powered radio broadcast in Mali that gives valuable local information, news, health warnings, and details of transportation
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problems.

A second advantage of solar energy is that the material used to make the most modern solar cells is a very common substance called silicon. In fact, silicon is the second most common substance on Earth.

Solar energy is a renewable resource which means it will never run out. This is true because there will always be a sun. In fact, every 15 minutes, the Earth gets enough energy from the sun to power everybody's electrical needs for a whole year.

Another advantage is that solar energy (or anything that is powered by it) does not pollute the air at all, while 54% of the coal produced pollutes.
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Pollution of energy sources by Amin

The last advantage is that solar panels are quick to install and can be left unattended.
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Solar power is free, has unlimited supplies, and produces no pollution.

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