Today, thanks to the installation of solar panels, you can provide your home with a sufficient amount of electricity and, if you wish, even make money on this (at a green rate). The main thing is to have the desire and correctly calculate the electricity consumption of your home and the generation of electricity by… Continue reading How many solar panels do you need for your home
We all remember the terrible fire in April this year that destroyed the roof of the iconic cathedral in Paris. After nine hours of work by firefighters, the disaster was eliminated. At the moment, it is planned to reconstruct the historical monument. One of the ideas for the restoration came from the architect Vincent Callebota.… Continue reading Renovated Notre Dame de Paris will be equipped with a roof with solar panels
Solar panels are installed on the roof or walls of houses, as well as on the ground, on special structures. In order for the installation of solar panels to become as efficient and profitable as possible for the consumer, it is necessary to properly maintain the angle of installation of solar panels. After all, just… Continue reading How does the angle of installation of solar panels affect?
There are two main types of solar panels: mono- and polycrystalline. Monocrystalline ones work a little better than polycrystalline ones due to higher efficiency, but there are panel sellers who say that they have “special” solar panels designed for northern latitudes and such panels do not need direct solar radiation, because they run on ultraviolet… Continue reading ltraviolet Solar Panels
In recent years, scientists in many countries of the world have been paying close attention to the development of power plants that use environmentally friendly “green” energy. And the most powerful and most affordable source of alternative energy is the Sun. Scientific developments and modern technologies have reached a high level. Solar energy is used… Continue reading Solar power plants – advantages and disadvantages
If earlier people were dependent on centralized energy supply, now everyone has a good alternative – solar panels. Such equipment is ideal for installation in private houses, summer cottages, and industrial facilities. Power plants have become more affordable and diversified in types and capacities. In this publication, we will take a closer look at the… Continue reading Solar panels: scope and principle of equipment operation
Single crystal or polycrystal? Each buyer asks this question before buying. In both cases, the panels for the power plant are made of silicon. Indeed, thanks to the sun, free electrons are formed in this material, which are responsible for the movement of the current. However, despite a similar principle of operation, polycrystalline or monocrystalline… Continue reading Which solar panels are better – monocrystalline or polycrystalline?
The so-called factory houses are an innovation launched by a company in the Canadian city of Quebec, Canada. The building is powered by solar energy. Structurally, solar panels are located outside the house and, capturing light, generate electricity, which is then consumed for the needs of the residents of the house – heating, lighting, heating… Continue reading In Canada, the production of special construction houses with already built-in solar panels has been launched
In the first half of 2018, on the territory of the state of Spain, its mainland, the amount of generated electricity covered almost 46% of the demand. This data was announced by the Spanish operator in the electric power industry REE (Red Eléctrica de España). Such record figures were achieved thanks to the weather, favorable… Continue reading Renewable energy could soon provide half of the total energy consumption
It will be about an employee of the technical department of the Italian railway Giovanni de Lizzi (Palermo). Back in 2005, an interesting idea arose in his head. In the first half of the twentieth century, a large-scale work began on replacing the wooden sleepers that were out of use with new ones made of… Continue reading Innovative technology: covering sleepers with recycled rubber tires and solar panels