Table of Contents 1. Title page 2. Table of contents 3. What is solar power 4. How a solar panel work 5. Where to spot a solar panels 6. Intro to a solar panel highway 7. Advantages of a solar power highway 8. Disadvantages of a solar power highway 9. Intro to spray-on solar power 10. Uses for a spray-on solar panel 11. The efficiency of the spray-on solar power 12. Disadvantages of the spray-on solar power 13. 1 Questions 14. 1 Questions 15. 1 Questions 16. Picture 17. Resource
What is solar power Solar power is energy that is generates by the sun, which is then converted into energy. Solar power is widely available, free and pollution-free.
How a solar panel works Another name for a solar panel is a photovoltaic (PV); which comes from the word photo- meaning light, -voltaic meaning energy. A group of electrically connected cells that are packaged into a frame are called a module or more commonly know as a solar panel. Certain parts of the rays of light are absorbed by the silicon and electrons are knocked off, allowing them to move freely. These cells often have more than one magnetic field that force electrons to got in a certain direction. This is created by placing 2 metal pieces; one at the top, the other at the bottom. Solar panels are made up of crystallized silicon a semi-conductor, coated with a silicon nitrate to make it anti-reflective, and hydrogen plasma to collect the energy.
Where To Spot Solar Panels Solar panels can be stopped in many places such as on top of electric highway signs, homes, cars, calculators, buildings, some lamp posts, some outdoor lighting decor, and more places!