TOP 10 Countries using Solar Power
The world has always been heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Almost everything that makes the world go ’round is run by oil or coal. With Mother Earth going through a less-than-positive change, however, what with climate change making itself more visible in all sorts of ways, the world has started to take notice of cleaner, more environment-friendly energy sources.
Using solar energy has many advantages, and that’s why many countries have decided to use more renewable energy rather than rely on other forms of energy like coal, fuel, and etc. that are running out. Not only is solar energy much cheaper but it’s not as harmful to the environment since it doesn’t produce pollution like other forms of power do.
One of the main factors that prompted several countries to convert to using solar power is the fact that solar energy will be accessible as long as we have the sun; therefore sunlight will be available to us for at least 5 billion years when according to scientists the sun is going to die.
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Japan is at the number 3 in countries using solar energy and MEDEA CO., LTD. has a big part of it because it specialized in Photovoltaic Power for 20 years. Ka Tei Solar Inc. is a solar company in the Philippines and a subsidiary of MEDEA CO., LTD. that share with the same vision about renewable energy.
This article was provided by Futurism