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Solar Panel Installation: an Environment Friendly Access to Energy

Posted by admin on April 20, 2013 in Clean Energy with 4 Comments

The increasing cost of organic fuel and its hazardous effect on environment are opening the door for the massive usage of alternative energy sources. Organic fuel is exhaustible in nature and the the whole globe is worried regarding what will happen when they are exhausted. The most viable solution for this situation is to use Renewable Energy sources like sun, wind and tide to reduce the dependence on organic fuel. With the help of solar panel, you can convert the sunlight into energy to meet your daily energy requirements like heating water and production of electricity.

Solar panels can be installed on the roof of your house and connected to the in-house heating system. Solar panels when designed to heat water only are known as thermal solar systems. The collector of this system is capable of absorbing solar radiation and converting it into heat. After it, the process of heat conduction is done to transfer the heat from the collector to the water tank.

Photovoltaic systems are the solar panels capable of producing electricity. In case of photovotaic solar systems, an electrical field is created by placing a positively charged layer of silicon against a negatively charged layer of silicon. When sunshine falls on this field, electric charge is created. Then with the help of conductors, this charge is conducted to power household appliances.

There are many advantages of installing solar panel. This offers you the access to free and clean source of energy. You can check the environment pollution and reduce your fuel and electricity bills. Now, some of the states in US are offering incentives on solar panel installation. Estimates show that solar panels, within five years of installation are capable of covering the investment on it. It is definitely a wise investment if you are planning to stay in your home for a longer period.

Roberto Luongo

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  1. shasheekantApril 20, 2013 - 9:22 am #1

    I want to know the complet details on solar panals can anyone help.?

  2. luludoodieApril 20, 2013 - 2:24 pm #2

    Got a 4kw system. Very pleased. The FIT subsidy is cut by 50+% from 12 December. If you want a system you must order NOW.
    If genuine enquiry email me (see profile page) I can help you in simple language.
    Not someone trying to sell you a system but help people!
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  3. RohitApril 20, 2013 - 2:26 pm #3

    Solar Panels are a form of active solar power, a term that describes how solar panels make use of the sun’s energy: solar panels harvest sunlight and actively convert it to electricity. Solar Cells, or photovoltaic cells, are arranged in a grid-like pattern on the surface of the solar panel. These solar voltaic cells collect sunlight during the daylight hours and convert it into electricity. Solar panels are typically constructed with crystalline silicon, which is used in other industries (such as the microprocessor industry), and the more expensive gallium arsenide, which is produced exclusively for use in photovoltaic (solar) cells. In direct sunlight at the surface of the equator, a maximally efficient photovoltaic cell about 1/5m in diameter creates a current of approximately 2 amps at 2 volts. Years of overheating and physical wear can, however, reduce the operation efficiency of the photovoltaic unit. And when discussing solar power Siemens is one name to vouch for. Siemens’ unique expertise and experience throughout the entire energy conversion chain helps take advantage of the full potential of these technologies and make the most of an investment in solar power.
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  4. ElizabethApril 20, 2013 - 2:28 pm #4

    A solar panel (photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel) is a packaged, connected assembly of solar cells, also known as photovoltaic cells. The solar panel can be used as a component of a larger photovoltaic system to generate and supply electricity in commercial and residential applications.
    Because a single solar panel can produce only a limited amount of power, many installations contain several panels. A photovoltaic system typically includes an array of solar panels, an inverter, and sometimes a battery and interconnection wiring.

    Average pricing information divides in three pricing categories: those buying small quantities (modules of all sizes in the kilowatt range annually), mid-range buyers (typically up to 10 MWp annually), and large quantity buyers (self explanatory—and with access to the lowest prices). Over the long term—and only in the long-term—there is clearly a systematic reduction in the price of cells and modules. For example in 1998 it was estimated that the quantity cost per watt was about $4.50, which was 33 times lower than the cost in 1970 of $150.[8][9]
    Following to RMI, Balance-of-System (BoS) elements, this is, non-module cost of non-microinverter solar panels (as wiring, converters, racking systems and various components) make up about half of the total costs of installations. Also, standardizing technologies could encourage greater adoption of solar panels and, in turn, economies of scale.
    Panels (arrays of photvoltaic cells) make use of renewable energy from the sun, and are a clean and environmentally sound means of collecting solar energy. Here at SPI, we’ve amassed a wealth of information relating to panels and the field of photovoltaic technology. You can learn how they work, how they are manufactured, where to buy them, and how to set them up. If you are looking for information and don’t know where to start, check out all of our article sections to learn more about how these photovoltaic cells are derived from silicon and what solar energy means to you.

    We have a wealth of information relating to panels, the installation of photovoltaics, and the concepts and design behind creating solar cells. Our site can help you:

    Find out how Solar Panels For Your Home can help you save money and the environment
    Learn how solar panels are made
    Keep current with the latest photovoltaic designs
    Read up on the applications of solar technology, such as Solar Hot Water Panels.
    Purchase panels from a variety of quality certified dealers such as MrSolar.com.
    With new uses for solar arising every day, we strive to ensure that knowledge of solar power is dissiminated among those who would hear, and we welcome you to take a glimpse into the facinating world of solar power, an industry driven by thin, clean, and environmentally friendly solar voltaic cells.
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