Introduction to Polycrystalline Solar Panels

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[…] While the panels aren’t as fragile as the tubes (although the tubes are fairly strong) and they are less expensive, the tube options is a little more effective during cloudy days. However, it doesn’t matter which one you choose, because both will keep the hot water running. If you want more info on different panels, read this article on the different types. […]

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[…] Now, the silicone cell is the magical component that turns the UV rays into DC energy. Once the rays have been harvested and transformed into practical energy, in a manner of speaking, it gets sent to an inverter. The inverter takes the flow of energy through another transformation, switching it from DC energy to AC. The latter is the energy/electricity that gets used inside your home. And just to clarify, the inverter and the solar panel are two separate pieces of solar power equipment. If you would like more in-depth info about solar panels, how they are made, and… Read more »

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