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Solar Power

Solar Power
Solar power is solar energy comes from the sun's light. It is thanks to the solar energy that there is life on earth. Without heat from the sun, the earth would be a cold place and it is the solar energy that drives photosynthesis in plants. Solar energy is originally from the energy extracted as biofuels, hydropower, wind power and low geothermal energy. Solar energy is therefore the most of the electricity and heat generation on earth. Solar energy is used directly by humans via several techniques to produce heat and electricity.
A solar cell is a device consisting of semiconductors functioning as diodes. When these LEDs are lit, it becomes electric current in the diode reverse direction. Each individual cell provides a fairly low voltage. It is customary for the most part parallel connect the solar cells to increase the current. One can divide the solar panels into two groups, solar panels with crystalline solar cells and thin film solar cells. Crystalline cells used more than thin film cells because you can get more energy from crystalline solar panels. They are mostly used in places not reached by the grid instance. of satellites and lighthouses. Other examples are small lamps garden lighting, solar cells are used to avoid wiring. Solar cells are also quite common in devices with low power such as calculator) where cheap solar cells work very well. Around the values ​​so is the most Germany using solar cells and reduces it's Lithuania. Sweden is somewhere in the middle.
A solar collector receives the rays of the sun and the energy in solar insolation into heat. The heat can move on from the solar collectors using a suitable medium. The solar collectors circulates water heated by the sun. The heat is transferred directly to a heating system. What is difficult is to save the excess heat from the warm part of the year until winter, when you need warmth most .. This is done by storing the hot water in insulated tanks are underground. There are various collector tex. Flat plate collectors, vacuum solar collectors and concentrating solar collectors, most are flat plate collectors. There are also solar panels for pool and heliostat plants for the production of electricity (solar power plant).
Photosynthesis is the process by which living organisms take care of the energy of light and use it in chemical bonds. Photosynthesis produces energy-rich oxygen and carbohydrate molecules of carbon dioxide and water.
When it comes to distributing energy sources but, then renewables best example. solar, wind or biofuels because they are less harmful to the environment. Oil and coal (fossil fuels) are not so good for the environment, there is a negative impact because it spreads harmful emissions during combustion that affect air and water.
If one uses such as solar power at his house so it can save many tusenlallar of years, you can have hot water that is heated up by means of pipes located under the solar panels, solar heat causes the pipe gets hot and the water is heated up since then transported further Vall insulated tanks that may exist under the house.
You can also get electricity from the solar panels, using the sun so formed the current in the collector and this stream is forwarded to a "battery" for the house. And the stream so you can use such a lamp in your home or mixer.

The energy that I use at home is the one coming from the power outlet, and it will swell from reaching water aches, pains wind or something similar.
Question 1: Will you use solar panels on every house in the future?
Answer: Yes, it will be the target up to 80% of all houses will have solar panels on the roof 2025.
Question 2: Can I only use solar energy for example, an entire household?
Answer: No, you can not because solpanelera takes up energy from solar radiations, and if it is overcast so will not radiations up, so you also must have an ancestor energy source.
All the information I have tagigt from the goggle. Much of page Wikimedia.
By: Camil Raimi Fppb06 Solar

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