Is there any Radiation from Solar Panel?
The radiation from Solar Panel is less than our smart phone, laptop, hairdryer, refrigerator
“There is no evidence that solar panels are causing cancer,” says Noah Kittner, PhD, assistant professor in the department of environmental sciences and engineering at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina. In fact, adds Dr. Kittner, solar panels and solar farms may actually be a beneficial strategy to reduce the risk of lung cancer overall. “In many cases, they’re offsetting other electricity-generating sources that can contribute to air pollution, which can cause [lung] cancer.”
Globally, 14% of all lung cancers are attributable to air pollution, according to data reported by Christine Berg, MD, of the National Cancer Institute at the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer 2021 World Conference on Lung Cancer
Electricity from solar panels and transmission to the power grid emits extremely weak electromagnetic fields. Exposure to low-level electromagnetic fields has been studied extensively, and there is no evidence that it is harmful to human health, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).