Published at Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 - 08:59:09 AM | Solar Power | By Alwin Neumann
It is thought that by the middle of this century the sun could provide 10% of the UK’s energy needs. Over the course of a year the sun beams down between 900 and 1,200kWh per square metre – hard to believe on a wet and windy winter’s day – and can be utilised to either generate electricity via PV panels (photovoltaics) or hot water with solar thermal panels.
Solar energy panels, or photovoltaic panels, aren’t something that you need to be afraid to use. By understanding the basics of how they work you can start to see how they can be used to supply your home electric needs.
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