Monday, July 25, 2011

Solar Panels

There is a misunderstanding when it comes to solar panels. There are many people who think solar panels can only produce electric power. There are others who think solar panels are only used to heat water.

Few people really know what is the real difference between the two types of solar panels, how they are constructed, what benefits they provide, and how to put and use this technology that uses a free source of energy from the sun to monetize and save their earnings.

In general, there are two types of solar panels. Solar panels that produces electric power, known as photovoltaic cells or photoelectric cells. And solar panels that heats water, commonly known as thermal solar panels.

Each one of these panels has different applications and uses, however; they both have something in common, they are constructed as panels and they make use of solar energy from the sun’s solar radiation to operate.

Below you will find links to detailed information on solar photovoltaic panels and thermal solar panels with diagrams, images and pictures to simplify complicated information on solar panels.
  1. Solar Photovoltaic Panels
    1. Solar Photovoltaic Panel Construction
    2. Benefits of Solar Photovoltaic Panels
    3. Applications of Solar Photovoltaic Panels
    4. Profits from Solar Photovoltaic Panels
  1. Thermal Solar Panels
    1. Thermal Solar Panel Construction
    2. Benefits of Thermal Solar Panels
    3. Applications of Thermal Solar Panels
    4. Profits from Thermal Solar Panels

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