How solar energy decreases harmful greenhouse gas emissions?
The generation of solar energy rather than fossil energy would significantly reduce the pollution and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission of greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases created by the burning of fossil fuels contribute to increasing global warming and climate change. These gases are harmful to humans and the environment in multiple ways. Climate change also leads to significant problems in the world environment and public health, including severe weather events, rising sea levels, and changes in habitats.
You will slash demand for fossil fuels, minimize greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce the carbon footprint by using the solar energy grid. There is a noticeable environmental impact of a house installation of a solar energy device. As per a report of the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the Connecticut solar panels' average house consumes 8,288-kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity annually. The transition from fossil to solar energy in the state has the same reduction in pollution as planting some 150 trees annually. As a result, the people of Connecticut have changed their energy type in favor of humans and the environment.