Thanks to the properties of the silicon that it is made of, it converts solar energy directly into electricity.
Makes it possible to connect module strings in parallel.
Converts DC electricity to AC, for use by consumers.
Transforms voltage from low voltage (LV) to medium voltage (MV).
Measures the energy produced and the energy transferred to the electrical grid.
Excess energy produced by the system can be transferred to the public electrical grid, valued at market prices.
The photovoltaic effect, while it may seem like a recent discovery, was actually a chance finding made in 1839. The first practical applications came in the Fifties with the use of silicon photovoltaic cells on satellite systems. The oil shocks of the Seventies, as well as global warming, high levels of pollution and the dwindling of oil reserves have all been factors driving companies and governments to investigate solar energy as a priority, in particular supporting the development of photovoltaic technology which is now a reliable tool, with satisfying returns and increasingly low costs.
Photovoltaic systems last a long time (25-30 years) and require lower maintenance, given to the limited use of moving mechanical parts.
The architecture of photovoltaic systems is modular, and they can be sized up or down as required – panels can be placed on areas of various sizes and dimensions.
A photovoltaic module produces from 6 to 18 times more energy than is used to produce it, meaning that after about one year it begins to produce energy with zero impact.
Photovoltaic systems do not produce residue during operation and at the end of life, the modules can be regenerated or recycled, and the materials used in the production process can be reused.
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