How do solar cells work?

Solar cells utilize a physical phenomenon called the photovoltaic effect to produce an electric current.

In simple terms, there are certain materials that produce electricity when they are exposed to light. This occurs when the light knocks some of the electrons loose from their host atoms. When we attach conducting material to the positive and negative sides of the material to form a circuit, we can channel this electrical energy.

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Solar Powered Homes, Agricultural Lands, Commercial and Manufacturing Buildings.

When you have a manufacturing or residential roof space, building top floor open space, or any ground area that can have space for solar panels, then you have all the reasons to benefit from the sun’s free energy.

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