Solar energy plays a crucial role in disaster relief and emergency power, providing a reliable source of electricity in the aftermath of natural disasters or other emergencies. In many cases, power grids are damaged or destroyed in the wake of a disaster, leaving people without access to electricity for essential needs like lighting, refrigeration, and medical equipment.
Solar energy systems can be quickly deployed in disaster areas to provide power for emergency services, relief efforts, and local communities. They are easy to transport and install and can provide electricity in remote or hard-to-reach areas. Solar panels can be mounted on rooftops or installed in open spaces and can be connected to batteries or other storage devices to provide power day and night.