The energy crisis is a global problem, and the development and utilization of solar energy is one of the effective ways to solve the energy crisis.
Since the outbreak of the second industrial revolution, traditional energy sources such as oil and coal have played an increasingly important role in economic activities and have become the basic driving force for promoting the economic development of various countries. However, the distribution of traditional energy in the world is not balanced, and there are many in different countries. At the same time, due to the unbalanced economic development in different regions, the energy market demand is also unbalanced.
This year, under the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, energy prices have fluctuated wildly, and prices have remained high. Under this circumstance, some countries that rely on energy imports not only bear expensive expenses, but also pose challenges to the energy security of the entire country. In particular, European countries, under the influence of geopolitical factors, rely to a large extent on imported energy, exposing an obvious energy crisis.
However, in recent years, the use of solar energy has developed rapidly, and most economically developed countries advocate the use of solar energy in order to protect the natural environment. The sun shines all over the world, bringing light and warmth to people. At this time, solar energy highlights its advantages. When coal, natural gas, oil is lost at a certain moment, and solar energy is collected with the help of supporting equipment, like solar photovoltaic power generation and solar heat collection, they can meet people's basic living needs. Not only that, the use of solar energy as an energy source is green and pollution-free, reducing the total emission of harmful substances.