Anyone with a lovely garden, patio or deck will surely enjoy sitting outside on a bright summer’s day or evening. But if there is one thing that can spoil it for you, it is mosquitoes. Sometimes, it only takes one of two persistent mosquitoes to make your blood boil. Mosquitoes are a nuisance for sure, but they can also be a health hazard, speading dengue fever and malaria and several other really nasty diseases. So how do you go about keeping mosquitoes out of your garden?
Light can be absorbed by certain materials to release electrons, creating a voltage. This is known as the photovoltaic effect, and it was first discovered in 1839. Therefore the method of converting energy from sunlight and turning it into electricity is known as Photovoltaics. Photons of light excite the generated electrons and they jump to a conduction band within the solar cells. Direct current electricity is produced. Photovoltaics (PV) is the method by which scientists harness the sun’s radiation and solar PV panels utilize photovoltaic material to create a renewable and abundant energy source.
The solar panel is also known as photovoltaic panel. It contains lots of interconnected solar cells. This panel can be used to generate and supply electric power to residential and commercial applications. As a single photovoltaic panel can produce a limited power, we use photo voltaic panel, which is an array of many photovoltaic panels. The installation usually includes the array of solar panels, batteries, connecting wires and an inverter. The electricity is generated using sun light. The power generation is using photovoltaic effect. Now, this panel holds a large number of commercial and residential applications.