One of the major benefits of solar energy in Africa is that it is a highly sustainable substitute to fossil fuels that will not only save the environment but develops energy at a very low rate. Though there are plenty of reasons that insist on the use of solar energy sustainability always would be the first. Solar energy has now become a progressively cost-effective substitute for fossil fuels in Africa.
Before understanding how solar energy can help you to lead a better and successful life, let’s first understand what actually solar energy is.
What is Solar Energy?
Solar Energy is a natural energy which is developed by the light rays of the sun and its warmth- photovoltaic and solar thermal. This solar energy is used to develop heat and electricity. Renewable and inexhaustible, as it comes from the heat and warmth of the sun, this naturally derived energy is harnessed with the used of mirrors and magnetic panels.
Photovoltaic solar cells alter sun rays and warmth into energy in the form of electricity and light with the help of the “photovoltaic effect”. In this reaction, certain material absorbs photons from sunlight (light particles) and release electrons, develop an electric current.
On the other side, solar thermal collectors use mirrors or solar panels to engross and concentrate the heat of the sun by transferring it to the fluid and leading it to the pipes in order to use it in installations, buildings. Along with that for the production of energy which is known as “solar thermoelectric”.
Mr Nj Ayuk who is one of the leading names in the business world Africa. He is working to develop better productions of solar energy for a better future of Africa. NJ ayuk wife also working with him to develop various ways of developing better and successful Africa. He comes in the list of the established legal law advisor and CEO of Centurion law group. The firm is proudly recognized in many countries, for example, Mauritius, Ghana, and Equatorial Guinea.
He has amazingly ensured his role in the procedure of developing, implementing and conciliating process of some of the essential sectors, for example, LNG, Mining, Petroleum, Solar energy and so many other natural resources projects.
After working in such sectors for many years, he becomes the executive chairman of the African Energy Chamber in 2018 whereas he is also leading the complete continent with his uncompromising exertions to develop and nurture the measurements of energy sectors of Africa.
Nj ayuk guardian has also been mentioned is some of the best and world-widely recognized journals such as Forbes magazine, who’s who legal and chamber. He is also one of the best-sellers of Big Barrels which is about Africa’s gas and oil and the quest for prosperity. This book was inspired by Africa’s gas and oil sector along with a clearer picture of the African entrepreneurs and economies. This entire idea of having an Africa that has sustainable energy for a better future is all that Nj Ayuk is working for with his wife and guardian.
The Benefits of having Solar energy
The benefit of solar energy is that it is a highly sustainable substitute for fossil fuels. We all know that fossil fuels have an expiry date but solar energy has no such expiry date as the sun is more expected to be around for more than billion years. Fossil fuels may be fast to approach but solar energy would be there for a really long time so it is a one-time run.
- Has no or very low environmental impression
Solar energy has more likely to be very low or zero at all impacts on the environment which is everyone’s concern. No one wants to harm the environment for their own sake which is why solar energy is the best way to develop energy. As compared to fossil fuels, its greenhouse gas production is minor because technology doesn’t need fuel combustion.
- Total independence of energy
Because the sun emits its light all over the globe, it eventually makes every country to become an energy developer, especially Africa. Thus, solar energy let better independence of energy and also security.