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One of the great benefits of Solar Farms and the generation of Solar Power is that they have extremely minimal impact onto the environment. There are no negative consequences such as that of pollution. Many different types of mounts can be used for the PV panels, and some of those mounts are not too invasive on the land.

Another great benefit is that the use of Solar Power reduces the need to consume non-renewable energy sources. Solar Farms usually provide a high return on investment. The initial costs for setting up a solar farm may be expensive but the equipment in time pays for itself.

The only real downside besides the cost for the development of the Solar Farms is that of weather conditions and the availability of sunlight in particular areas. For example, in areas that are shaded, the output from a Solar Farm is extremely minimal. Those areas that have heavy clouds and little sunlight are not effective areas for Solar Farms.