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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Getting The Most From Your Cell Roof

To achieve maximum comes from solar panels, it is important to position them optimally on your own roof. Generally, fixed photovoltaic solar panels needs to be pointed in whatever direction will assist them to capture the most sunlight possible. This varies by season and geographic location.

If your need for energy is highest during the cold months, your roofing specialist may advise that you leave your photovoltaic panel system about the winter tilt throughout the year. To calculate the most effective tilt for photovoltaic solar panels during the cold months, take your latitude, multiply by 0.9 and add 29 degrees in your total. The result of this calculation provides you with the appropriate angle where your PV solar power panels should be tilted during the cold months season.

Adjusting Photovoltaic solar panels Seasonally

Although it's really a little more work, adjusting your PV panels seasonally will net more energy to make use of, store or sell returning to the utilities. The suitable angle of tilt for spring and autumn can be your latitude minus 2.5 degrees. The perfect angle for your PV solar power panels in the summer is calculated by subtracting 52.5 degrees in the winter angle.

Understanding your Cell Roof

A photovoltaic roof uses an interconnected PV panel system to capture sunlight and convert it into electricity. The conversion is pollution free and silent, since it involves no moving parts. Captured energy is fed directly through each PV panel on the roof and converted to utility-grade electricity for use in the home or business on which the photovoltaic cell system is mounted.
Photovoltaic Cell Features

A photovoltaic cell is typically rigid and rectangular fit, ranging in size from 2' by 4' to 4' by 8'. You will find however, some flexible PV panel systems that are as large as 2' by 20' or maybe more. Rigid solar PV panels usually have a glass cover, whereas their flexible counterparts include a durable film cover. Both rigid and flexible solar roofs are designed to withstand harsh climate conditions including storm and hail damage, and therefore are obviously resistant to deterioration from UV rays. Solar photovoltaic roofing will create power for your home or business for several years. The excess power that your roofing creates could be sold to power companies and actually create profit for the business. Kirberg Company also will provide you with a twenty five year guarantee on our installations and will show you results instantly through our interactive display, that can show you the energy production of your roof in real time. Photovoltaic solar panels will allow owners to realize financial profits, increase your building's public image, and buy itself through tax incentives, sales, and energy savings.

Types of Photovoltaic Roof Systems

There are two main types of photovoltaic roof systems on the market. Solar PV panels, described above, will be the most commonly used systems for solar power roofing. Solar thermal collectors, on the other hand, convert sunlight into thermal energy rather than electricity. The primary intent behind solar thermal collectors is always to heat water. Scalping systems are often installed on a roof alongside PV panels for optimum, whole-building energy capture.

Just thought you may well be interested in reading this guide: photovoltaic solar panels and solar panel rebate.

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