Home Page
Contact Info
Print the page
Search  
Add favorites
Join us
Türkçe
Projects
  • Alternate Text
    1500 kWp Chirpan Solar Power Plant - Bulgaria
  • Alternate Text
    2214 kWp Dimitrovgrad Solar Power Plant – Bulgaria
  • Alternate Text
    1500 kWp Troyanovo Solar Power Plant – Bulgaria
  • Alternate Text
    1270 kWp Lefkosia Solar Power Plant – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
  • Alternate Text
    27 kWp Anel Business Center Solar FV System – Istanbul
  • Alternate Text
    100 kWp Komotini Solar Power Plant – Greece
  • Alternate Text
    5300 kWp Malatya TÖTM GES
  • Alternate Text
    59.22 kWp İzmit Ekopark Solar Power Plant
Technical Specifications

How do photovoltaic panels generate electricity?

The photons in sunlight supply the energy that moves electrons from one layer of a conductive metallic chip plate to another. Charges separate. Electrons are moved from layer P to layer N. This movement of the electrons creates a current. An electrical charge is generated. The layer between layer P and layer N and the solar cell become a battery that have positive and negative poles.

 

A solar panel is created by connecting multiple units.

 

The number of cells in a module is determined by the desired power output of the module and voltage.