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Solar panels convert sunlight into electricity through photovoltaic cells. When sunlight hits these cells, they generate DC electricity, which is then converted to AC electricity for use in homes and businesses.
The cost of solar panel installation varies based on factors like system size, location, and incentives. However, prices have become more affordable in recent years, and many homeowners see a positive return on investment over time.
Solar panels typically have a lifespan of 25-30 years, with warranties often covering this period. They continue to generate electricity beyond this timeframe, but at reduced efficiency.
Solar panels can generate electricity even in less sunny areas, but they are most efficient in regions with abundant sunlight. The energy produced depends on local weather conditions and solar panel orientation.
Yes, you can store excess solar energy with batteries. Solar battery storage systems allow you to use solar-generated power during nighttime or when the sun isn't shining.
The payback period varies but is typically 5-10 years. After that, you can enjoy free or greatly reduced electricity bills for the lifespan of your solar panels.
Yes, many governments and utilities offer incentives, tax credits, and rebates to encourage solar adoption. These incentives can significantly reduce the upfront cost of installation.
Solar panels are low-maintenance. Regular cleaning and occasional inspections are typically all that's needed. They are designed to withstand various weather conditions.
Depending on your location and utility policies, you may be able to sell excess energy back to the grid through a process called net metering, earning credits or payments on your bill.