Solar Panels: How They Work and Why You Should Get One

Photovoltaic (PV) cells are used in solar panels to turn sunlight into electricity.Materials used to create PV cells produce electrons when exposed to light. Direct current (DC) electricity is created when electrons go through a circuit; this electricity can power various devices or be stored in batteries.
Typically, solar panels are placed in systems or arrays. One or more solar panels, an inverter that changes DC electricity into alternating current (AC), and occasionally other parts like controllers, meters, and trackers make up a photovoltaic system.
There are different types of solar panels available in the market, each with different features and benefits. Some of the factors that you should consider when choosing a solar panel are:
Wattage: The amount of power that a solar panel can produce under standard conditions. Higher wattage means more electricity generation
Efficiency: The percentage of sunlight that a solar panel can convert into electricity. Higher efficiency means less space required for the same power output
Design: The appearance and durability of a solar panel. Some solar panels have black frames and cells for a sleek look, while others have blue cells and white backsheets for a lower cost
Warranty: The guarantee that a solar panel manufacturer offers for the performance and quality of their product. Longer warranty means more confidence and protection
If you are interested in getting solar panels for your home, business or community, you can schedule a virtual consultation with a PMMP PTE. LTD. Advisor or contact other reputable solar providers to learn more about your options and savings.


Post time: Feb-23-2024