Yeah, I am cool with solar generated electricity on one condition, that's if it has all the capacity to last twenty four hour a whole day. In spite of how great this awesome alternative source of power is, it has its own shortcomings, which is the inability to store high amount of electric charges that would last a whole day. This obviously tick me off about electricity powered by solar.
Undoubtedly, solar generated electricity is ideal for countries experiencing epileptic power supply. The particular thing I like about it is the ability to convert solar energy to electric energy. I find it quite impressive in terms of how it harness this energy from the sun and store it on the surface of the panel, where it subsequently convert it to electricity.
In spite of all this great stuff it is known for, I don't like its total reliant of sunlight. Meaning that times when there is no sunlight, there won't be electricity. If I want to go for it, it will only serve as alternative to the main power supply, because I wouldn't want to be left in dark during times when there is no sunlight to power it, especially when it rains.