Solar Panel

A solar panel is a photovoltaic module that converts sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. A typical residential solar panel has a power output of around 300 watts. Solar panels are usually mounted on the roofs of homes and businesses, but can also be integrated into the building envelope itself ( solar curtain walls, solar shingles, etc.).

Solar panels are an increasingly popular way to generate renewable energy and offset carbon emissions. In many cases, solar panels can provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional energy sources such as coal and natural gas. Solar panels can also offer a hedge against future energy price hikes.

If you’re considering solar panels for your home or business, it’s important to understand the basic components of a solar panel system and how they work together.

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