Solar power basically utilizes the sun’s free energy to produce electricity. There are two basic ways to produce electricity from heat and sunlight.
The first is to use photovoltaics (PV) that can use the light from the sun and immediately turn it into electricity.
The second is the concentration of solar power (CSP) which indirectly turns heat from the sun into electricity. Get some more tips to ‘save the energy via https://en.isaveair.com/how-to-save-energy’ (Also known as ‘ประหยัดพลังงานผ่าน https://en.isaveair.com/how-to-save-energy’ in the Thai language).
CSP requires focusing on focusing sunlight to a single focal point that will boil water. Superheated water will then be used to run the turbine which will eventually produce electricity.
CSP technology is adapted by environmentally friendly countries and large organizations to create electricity for the community. They use “solar farms”, curved mirror arrays that follow the location of the sun, to reflect all the beams into one location.
Photovoltaic comes from two main words. “Photo” means light, while “volta” means electricity. PV panels can be formed by placing positive and negative silicone between two non-reflective glasses. One sheet is treated with boron and other phosphorus and this creates a positive and negative charge. When PV cells are illuminated by the sun they form.
PV panels can be directly connected to the electrical component that uses the direct current (DC). Our normal home appliances use alternating current (AC) and are needed to attach to electronic devices called inverters.
Solar power is expensive because we have to invest in new devices. We will be able to recover costs as time goes by.
Solar power is an investment. This is a wise financial investment. This is also an investment in the future. Investing in solar power for homes is the right direction because this is the future.