Home Made Solar Cells

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People who are considering using solar panels in their homes need to know a thing or two about photovoltaic. The need to acquaint one's self about its ins and outs is of great significance most especially if you want to transfer to this source of renewable energy. Solar cells play an important role in the process. The needs to understand the role of these cells in absorbing the sun's energy and transforming it into something that can brighten your home, switch on your fridge, make your cell phone work and so on.

Solar cells are also called photovoltaic cells. Clearly, this is a device used in converting sunlight into usable electricity. An electric current is generated from the particles of light that is absorbed by the semiconductor when electrons collide with the photons inside. The attraction and repulsion of the electrons that move and fill the gaps in semiconductors of a solar generator is then transformed and becomes a good source of electricity.

A group of solar cells that produces electricity is called a solar panel or solar module because the joining of solar cells is referred to as a module. If one wants to produce more electricity, more solar panels is required. A group of solar panels connected with each other becomes a solar array. The rule is simple when it comes to solar energy, if you want more power, a larger solar panel required. If you have small power needs, small solar panel is then needed.

Solar technology seems to have nowhere to go but up. Many people are now considering the use and applicability of solar energy not only on their calculators but their homes too. Demand for solar cells is significantly increased over the years. In the near future, this commonly perceived as an expensive method of electricity generation will ultimately be the choice of the masses because its production costs are expected to reduce drastically.
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This article was published on 2011/02/07