How does photovoltaics work?
The automation of all areas of life is contributing to an increased demand for electricity. A suitably sized photovoltaic installation is able to cover the electricity demand, reducing electricity purchase costs to a minimum.
Photovoltaic cells, of which photovoltaic modules are made, convert the energy of sunlight into electrical energy. This phenomenon is called the photovoltaic effect. The direct current generated flows through an inverter (inverter) and is transformed into alternating current with parameters compatible with those of the grid. The electricity is then used by appliances installed in the home or business. The amount of electricity produced is monitored using a special mobile app. In this way, it is possible to check the profits of the energy produced by the installation at any time.
AN INVESTMENT IN A PROPERLY SELECTED PHOTOVOLTAIC INSTALLATION CAN PAY FOR ITSELF IN AS LITTLE AS 5 YEARS!
Solar, Heat and Mobility - Three Steps to an Energy Revolution
The integration of a photovoltaic system, heat pump and electric car charger allows solar energy to be used to power the building, heat pump and electric car chargers. This is a green and cost-effective solution that can help reduce energy costs and carbon footprint. This solution has many benefits such as:
Financial savings - Thanks to photovoltaic panels, it is possible to generate your own electricity, thereby significantly reducing your electricity bill.
Sustainable energy - Solar energy is a clean and renewable form of energy.
Energy independence - own electricity generation allows for greater energy independence.
Heating and cooling energy efficiency - A heat pump is an efficient way of heating and cooling.
Electric car charging - electric car chargers, powered by photovoltaic energy, allow for environmentally friendly and low-cost charging of electric vehicles.
Increasing the value of the property - homes equipped with a photovoltaic system, heat pump and electric car chargers are more attractive on the property market and can gain in value.
Reducing dependence on fossil fuels - The use of solar energy and heat pumps eliminates the need to use fossil fuels, which helps to reduce CO2 emissions.
Basic components of a photovoltaic installation
Photovoltaic panels is an innovative technology that converts solar energy into electricity. Installed on the roofs of buildings or on the ground, these panels extract clean energy from the sun, helping to reduce CO2 emissions and energy costs. Not only is it an environmentally friendly choice, it is also economically viable, enabling savings on electricity bills and increased energy independence. Photovoltaic panels are a step towards a sustainable energy future.
The inverter is a key component of a photovoltaic installation. Its role is to convert the direct current (DC) generated by the solar panels into alternating current (AC), which we can use in our homes and businesses. Thanks to the inverter, solar energy becomes available and useful in everyday life. This small device plays a huge role in ensuring that solar energy can power our appliances and lighting. Today's inverters are increasingly efficient and reliable, making the use of solar energy even more cost-effective and environmentally friendly.