Risky Business: Solar Energy

Source: axaxl.com

Solar power is gaining impressive momentum as a source of alternative energy in North America. In short, solar  power equipment collects the sun’s energy, by using either photovoltaic (PV) panels or concentrated solar power  technology, or both, and converts this energy into electricity.

Photovoltaic panels make use of the photovoltaic effect – simply defined as light exposure applied to a  semiconducting material resulting in the generation of voltage and electric current. The PV panels are comprised of  multiple solar cells which are linked together into solar modules, and these panels may be installed as wall-mounted, floating, rooftop-mounted or ground-mounted applications, depending upon geographic location and project  purpose. The panels can be installed in a stationary (fixed) or “suntracking” (dynamic) orientation. Read more.

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