(PV) gets its name from the process of converting light (photons) to electricity (voltage), which is called the photovoltaic effect. When radiation from the sun hits one of the faces of a photoelectric cell (many of which make up a solar panel), it produces an electric voltage differential between both faces that makes the electrons flow between one to the other, generating an electric current. Today, electricity from solar cells has become cost competitive in many regions and photovoltaic systems are being deployed at large scales to help power the electric grid.
Once you’ve invested in a swimming pool, you’ll want to get the most enjoyment you can from it. But if your pool is often too cold to enjoy? Our swimming pool Solar Heating System is your solution. Pools need to be heated even in warm weather, because they lose heat via surface evaporation. Solar Heating Systems have a short payback period and will help you save money on your bills. Solar panels produce completely free and clean energy all year long, for as long as 20 years. Solar heating systems often have automatic control systems, so you won’t need to monitor them or spend any money on maintenance.
Is a heat exchanger that converts the radiant solar energy from the sun into heat energy using the well-known greenhouse effect. It collects, or captures, solar energy and uses that energy to heat water. The solar flat plate collector tends to be more cost effective due to their simple design, low cost, and relatively easier installation compared to other forms of hot water heating systems. Also, solar flat plate collectors are more than capable of delivering the necessary quantity of hot water at the required temperature. Our improved Flat Plate System has proven its effectiveness and durability over the years. These systems can supply hot water continuously for over 300 days per year with zero maintenance and zero cost.