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 Solar Electricity and Solar Cells in Theory and Practice

The word Photovoltaic is a combination of the Greek word for Light and the name of the physicist Allesandro Volta. It identifies the direct conversion of sunlight into energy by means of solar cells. The conversion process is based on the photoelectric effect discovered by Alexander Bequerel in 1839. The photoelectric effect describes the release of positive and negative charge carriers in a solid state when light strikes its surface.

















Sanyo HIT Solar Panels
The SANYO HIT (Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin Layer) solar cell is made of a thin single crystalline silicon wafer surrounded by ultra-thin amorphous silicon layers. This product is a leader in quality and performance using advanced manufacturing techniques

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With 20 years of research in thin film silicon PV technology, Kaneka modules offer better high-temperature performance than crystalline modules. Kaneka Silicon PV's generated watt-power is comparable to that of other crystalline silicon PVs during the winter months, but in summer the Kaneka Silicon PV generates significantly more power compared to other crystalline silicon PVs. IEC 61646 certified. Safety class II for 530 V system voltage. 25-year warranty.
These Kaneka panels are of excellent quality and efficiency. Because of their high voltage, they are recommended for water pumping applications. They rate very high in PTC ratings, according to the California Energy Commission.

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