Scientists originally studied the photoelectric effect in the 1800s, realizing that sunshine has the ability to produce electricity when it touches certain metals. Even Einstein was interested in improving the understanding of how this phenomena works. Today, Solaron employs this scientific law to help Winters households produce their own electricity using photovoltaic panels.
What Is a Solar Panel?
Solaron exclusively uses photovoltaic panels made by SunPower, a leading developer of photovoltaic cells. These cells are tied together to produce panels of many sizes and electrical configurations. Based in California, SunPower employs the useful amount of sunshine here in our state to spur research that engineers photovoltaic panels that consistently outperform the longevity and power of their competitors.
Linking Panels Together
SunPower has also pioneered the development of a number of simple and effective systems for putting panels together. It takes many panels to power the ordinary home, and all these panels must be linked together in an electrical network to produce the electricity our clients require. So even though a photovoltaic panel installation may look like one large panel from a distance, in reality it is many smaller panels tied together both physically through a framework and electronically through wiring. This setup allows for configurations that fit any roof or platform, such as the shade structures now found in many parking lots.
Making Helpful Current
To convert the direct current (DC) electricity produced by your photovoltaic panels to power the alternating current (AC) devices in your home, Solaron installs an “inverter” inside your photovoltaic system. This part thus converts the electricity to a kind your home can take advantage of. As a result, photovoltaic panels lower your bill, minimize your carbon footprint, and improve the value of your home.
Start Using Solar Panels
So stop letting sunshine go unused on your home! Turn that potential energy into electricity with a photovoltaic system created by Solaron of Sacramento. For information about photovoltaic energy working for your home, call a Solaron agent at 916-631-9293 or write via our online request form for a no-obligation solar analysis and estimate.Free Solar Analysis