How Solar Works?


Why Solar Energy ?

Solar Energy generally is the energy from the sun. It can be found and stored when the is a sun out there. Solar Panel also known as Photovoltaic (PV) modules able to converts free sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity thru numerous solar cells as the semiconductor media. Solar panels generally can be seen in our daily life like calculators, satellites, or even space ships etc.  PV technology generates electrical energy from sunlight. It produces totally free of air pollution or hazardous waste such as liquid or gaseous fuel to generate the energy. Solar Energy technology is free , clean and highly reliable energy and require little maintenance.


Diagram 1 : Photovoltaic System Components


Photovoltaic System Components:

PV Modules (Solar Panel) – convert sunlight into DC electric to be generated into the Battery Bank

Solar Charge Controller –    prevents battery over charging and prolongs the battery life of your PV system. It can generate
the same voltage system between panels and battery

Deep Cycle Battery – stores energy when there is an excess coming in and distribute it back out when
there is a demand. Solar PV panels continues to re-charge batteries each day
to maintain battery charge.

Inverter – converts DC power into standard AC power for use in the home, synchronizing with
utility power whenever the electrical grid is distributing electricity.


Stand Alone System / Off Grid Solar System

No more worry on the high electrical bills need to be paid, because the solar system can solves out your problem of too depending on the electrical utility but providing a more safe, mobility and green energy life. In order to be fully independent or so called Stand-alone system , a solar system must equips few main components, such as solar panels or array, solar charge controller, battery storage bank and inverter.

Stand-alone PV systems are designed to operate independent of the electric utility grid, and it typically designed and sized to supply our home DC and/or AC electrical loads. Stand-alone systems generally can be powered by a PV array ,wind power, an engine-generator or utility power as a backup energy source in what is called a PV-hybrid system. The simplest type of stand-alone PV system is a direct-coupled system, where the DC output of a PV module or array is directly connected to a DC load.


Say “ Goodbye “ to your Electric Utility Bills