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Diesel Generators vs. Solar

Diesel Generators vs. Solar

Diesel Generators vs. Solar Energy

Diesel Generators are used by many homes and industries today.   While most users are aware of the high cost of diesel energy, the other downside of diesel is its harmful emissions.
Diesel exhaust contains more than 40 toxic air contaminants, including many known or suspected cancer-causing substances, such as benzene, arsenic, and formaldehyde. It also contains other harmful environmental pollutants, including nitrogen oxide, currently the single most important ozone-depleting emission.

(1). In relation to human health, it is estimated that up to 70% of cancer risk attributable to inhalation of toxic air pollutants in the United States arise from diesel exhaust

(2). Exposure to diesel exhaust has been linked to lung cancer in occupational settings

The financial benefits are in addition to the environmental benefits.   Diesel generated electricity can add up to significantly high per unit cost of production.   The logistics of purchasing diesel, the pilferages and losses during transportation, are additional burdents.

With this background, it is natural that users of diesel generators, are making the switch to solar energy.

If you are using diesel generators, you can find out how solar energy can help you switch over from unclean energy to clean energy, by filling the form below :-

बिजली के बिल पर पैसे बचाने के लिए To save money on electricity bills
ऊर्जा स्वतंत्र होने के लिए To be energy independent
देश का वातावरण स्वच्छ बनाने के लिए To make the country's environment clean
मेरे राष्ट्र की ऊर्जा स्वतंत्रता के लिए Applications for the nation's energy independence
तुरंत Immediately3 महीने बाद After 3 Month6 महीने बाद After 6 Month1 साल बाद Aftrer one year
इंडस्ट्री Industryकमर्शियल बिल्डिंग Commercial Buildingघर Homeखेत Farm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Source References:

1. Loh MM, Levy JI, Spengler JD, Houseman EA, Bennett DH. Ranking cancer risks of organic hazardous air pollutants in the United States. Environ Health Perspect 2007;115:1160–1168.

2. Olsson AC, Gustavsson P, Kromhout H, Peters S, Vermeulen R, Brüske I, Pesch B, Siemiatycki J, Pintos J, Brüning T, et al. Exposure to diesel motor exhaust and lung cancer risk in a pooled analysis from case-control studies in Europe and Canada. Am J Respir Crit Care Med (In press)