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If you are new to this type of energy or don’t have much knowledge about it, this should be the first question. A solar system is made up of connected solar panels that absorb rays from the sun and convert it to electricity.
The panels are made in such a way that when the sun rays come into contact with the surface of the panels, the solar cells convert them into DC (Direct Current) electricity.
Since this form of electricity is not usable in most homes or businesses, an inverter transforms this direct current, into alternating current (AC).
The AC electricity is now ready for use in our businesses or our homes.
The average life expectancy of most solar panels falls between 25 and 30 years. This is a long period that is great to cover the initial set up price. However, some other solar panels do have a shorter life span, while others have a longer one.
For instance, the thin-film solar panels come with a lifespan of between 14 and 17 years. Other more expensive models can have a life expectancy that can go up to 50 years. Therefore, it all depends on the type of panel.
Although it is possible to be a DIY (do it yourself) process, it is advisable to seek the services of an expert in this sector.
f you want to enjoy full-time availability of solar electricity, having reliable and ample battery storage is advisable. This will help ensure that you have enough power to use, even when the sun is down.
However, you can also connect to the utility grid to ensure you have a continuous supply of power. By joining the grid, you will be selling the extra energy you produce during day time, and when the sun goes down, you can use the grid power.
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