Solar! The Solution
ADVANTAGES OF SOLAR PANELS IN THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES:
Before we start exploring the benefits of solar panels in third world countries, let’s ponder on how and why is this area is relevant to our mission. First things first, when we talk about a developing country, a set of characteristics that glaringly cloud our minds are the unstable economy, low rate of literacy, child labor, malnutrition and lack of the bare necessities. In a situation like this, expecting every house across the country to receive a standard supply of electricity is nothing but hoping against hope; electricity to them falls under the category of luxury in developed countries such as diamonds, and exotic imports.
HOW WOULD SOLAR ENERGY HELP?
Poverty, when coupled with the unavailability of strapping resources, worsens the condition further and directly influences the quality of life. Houses that cannot afford electricity depend on the entire family to earn a living including the children; which are deprived of education and sent to a hazardous work environment to earn a penny for the household. We have deviced a solution through which this issue can be permanently evicted and that is by capitalizing on solar energy. The logic supporting this assertion is quite simple; the sun is a renewable source of energy and is available without any restrictions. This is why, once the *LightHouse solar panels are installed, accessing electricity would no longer come with a hefty price tag attached to it. Furthermore, availing this natural resource neither depends upon the geographical location of the family, nor their capacity to afford it at the end of each month.
This proposition has been delved into by several countries over the last few years; the installation of solar panels to generate power would not only release a long-pending economic burden from the countries’ shoulders but also the net carbon dioxide emission, opening doors for a cleaner and healthier environment for everyone.
RESULTS WE CAN SEE:
Developing countries that have implemented solar power in their communities have undergone long-awaited benefits; from “electricity-for-all” to cleaner and breathable air, the list is long and worth browsing. The children and youth are the future that these countries look forward to; keeping them healthy and securing a bright future for them is necessary to uplift the status of the entire country. With electricity, the children along with their families can afford cooked food, proper institutionalized education, and exposure to the realities of the world, sans deprivation and poverty.
Additionally, with the availability of solar power, the rate of unemployment in the third world countries has been curbed by a considerable chunk. The method flows like a chain; no individual would voluntarily submit to the grips of poverty and are likely to embrace every opportunity to improve their overall living condition. With escalated funding, the technologies and advancements are bound to improve.
CONCLUSION: Remember that the gradual lowering of the dependence on man-made electricity, the developing countries can leave a huge imprint on enhancing the present environmental concerns.