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Read on to find out more about solar panels and the impact they can have.
What Are Solar PV Panels?
PV panels, also known as photovoltaic panels, are used to help generate electricity for both domestic and commercial properties. They have grown in popularity in the last few years, and look likely to continue to do so, due to rising energy bills and lower installation costs.
Photovoltaic (PV) cells are used in solar PV panels to convert electricity from sunlight – even when the weather is cloudy. Electricity from PV solar panels is used to power electrical appliances such as cookers, TVs, lights, computers, and more.
Solar power provides a renewable source of energy and is also beneficial to the environment by lowering carbon emissions that is a concern globally.
The Rise Of Solar PV Panels
There’s been a lot of change in the solar PV panel market lately – and there’s more change to come. It’s a great financial and social investment, offering homeowners the chance to save and to contribute towards the creation of a cleaner planet for future generations as well as helping households now with lower energy bills.
PV solar panels have been installed onto the roofs of over 700,000 homes in the last ten years. Up and down the whole of the UK, even in areas not traditionally associated with year-around sunshine, properties benefit from permanently lower electricity bills and the planet also benefits by a major reduction in the UK’s domestic greenhouse gas emissions.