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Solar panels are a rapidly growing source of renewable energy. They are used to convert daylight into usable electricity, which can power homes, businesses, and even vehicles. But how exactly do solar panels work?
At the heart of a solar panel is a material called a photovoltaic cell, or PV cell for short. PV cells are made of semiconductor materials, such as silicon, which have unique electrical properties that allow them to absorb light and convert it into electricity.
When daylight hits a PV cell, it causes electrons in the semiconductor material to become excited and move around, creating an electrical current. The PV cell then captures this current and sends it to a solar inverter, which converts the DC (direct current) electricity into AC (alternating current) electricity that can be used to power homes and businesses.
At green electric we only use the most efficient monocrystalline panels from leading manufacturers.
Solar panel systems can also vary in size, depending on the amount of electricity they need to generate. Larger systems are typically used for commercial and industrial applications, while smaller systems are used for residential homes and smaller businesses.
Using solar panels to generate electricity has several benefits, including:
Reducing electricity bills by generating your own energy
Lowering your carbon footprint and reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Increasing the value of your property
Providing energy independence and security
Additionally, the government offers grants for installing solar panel systems, and utility providers now provide rebates for your excess electricity produced, making them an increasingly attractive option for homeowners and businesses alike.
Solar panels are a highly effective way to generate clean, renewable energy. By harnessing the power of the sun, they can help reduce electricity bills, lower carbon emissions, and provide energy independence. With their growing popularity and affordability, there's never been a better time to switch to solar power.