Solar Photovoltaic
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The 3 Types of Solar Power System

Photovoltaic solar power plants can generate enough electricity to power an entire neighbourhood or more, depending on its size and capacity, and more importantly its system. There are three types of systems used by solar farms: off grid, on grid and hybrid. These systems can be divided into two sub-categories: for home and for commercial use. A solar power plant installation consists of a few

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An Introduction to Photovoltaics

Photovoltaic technology has been continually fine tuned since the early 1900s. Progress in technology has not only made photovoltaics more effective but also much cheaper for the masses to use. Newer semiconductor materials are being

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Solar Water Pumps: What Are They And How Do They Work

In the modern-day, mechanical pumps serve a myriad of purposes. They can be useful in pond filtering, aquarium filtering, pumping oil, and other use cases. Traditionally, we have seen fossil fuel-powered pumps being the most popular resort for most people. In recent times, the tryst

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How do solar lights work?

Solar power refers to the conversion of sunlight into electricity. One of the ways to achieve this is through photovoltaics, where a solar cell first absorbs the sun rays and then creates a current that is transferred to wires through the flow of loose electrons.

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12 Best Portable Solar Panels To Consider In 2020

As renewable energy gets more traction, many people have come to realize its importance. Many see the need to invest and incorporate energy such as solar power in their lifestyles. And that’s made solar panels an important subject of study.  Portable solar panels are now

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All About Thin-Film Photovoltaic Cells (TFPV)

The year was 1972 – Solar Power Corporation just saw the light of the day. And then, the year 1973 saw the birth of the Solarex Corporation and the first photovoltaic system for domestic purposes got the green light at the University of Delaware. These

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