Did you know?

Photovoltaic systems use cells to convert solar radiation into electricity. The cell consists of one or two layers of a semi conducting material. When light shines on the cell it creates an electric field across the layers, allowing electricity to flow. The greater the intensity of light the greater the flow of electricity is.

 

What is Solar PV?

The sun provides a free source of clean energy in the form of light and warmth. It is possible to capture some of this free energy directly to convert sunlight into electricity using photovoltaic (PV) panels made up of cells.

The Solar PV cells convert energy from the sun into electricity. When light shines on the cell it creates an electric field across its layers, causing electricity to flow. A solar PV system requires only daylight and NOT direct sunlight-to generate electricity.

The UK receives 60% of the amount of solar energy that the equator receives, which is the same as parts of Spain and France. Solar panels actually work from sunlight not sunshine or heat. Sweden and Denmark have healthy solar industries, and they are in more northerly latitudes than the United Kingdom. Solar panels can generate more energy on a cloudy day than in bright sunshine, thanks to the reflective properties of clouds.

Solar PV produces no noise, harmful emissions or polluting gases. The burning of natural resources for energy can create smoke, cause acid rain, pollute water and pollute the air. Carbon dioxide, CO2, a leading greenhouse gas, is also produced. Solar power uses only the power of the sun as its fuel. It creates no harmful by-products and actively reduces global warming.


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S Magill Contracts
2 Drumgask Rd,
Craigavon,
County Armagh,
BT65 5DY

 

02838220069

 

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