There are roughly two types of solar power: Thermic (Solar heating) and Electric (PV)
Risks are only the risks like handling any kind of powered equipment generating/using heat or electricity.
So Solar heating heating can cause fire, stream burns (As used by concentrating solar mirrors) , mechanical overload. PV can cause electrocution and fire by short circuit.
By comparisment with other ways of power production the risks are lower. There is no fuel that can burn/explode and no waste that is either toxic or radioactive.
No there are not any enviromental risks of solar energy.
Energy or energy transfer is associated with solar panels.
One problem associated with the use of solar energy the cost to purchase the solar panels and convert the energy. Another problem is there needs to be a way to store the energy when the sun is not out.
The benefits of energy production are that the use of fossil fuels are readily available for use and it is a simple process to break these fuels into energy. The risks associated with energy development is that the combustion of these fields lead to pollution which affects the environment.
The promoters of solar energy cleverly lead you to believe that it is perfectly safe. Yet they conveniently neglect to mention that solar energy is generated by nuclear fusion within the sun. This process operates on the very same basic laws of nuclear physics used in nuclear power plants and atomic bombs!
The colors are made in factories. These factories need electricity to work. this electricity collect by solar energy. Also, solar energy is electromagnetic energy radiating from the Sun. This is wave energy and it has a wavelength, and color is associated with the wavelength, as in a rainbow.
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