When water is heated from bottom, the hot water being lighter rises to top. Since the water is a bad conductor of heat the cold water, which is on the top layer, falls down due to its weight. This again gets heated and becomes lighter. This light water rises up and the cycle repeats.
Solar cells made of monocrystalline silicon (mono-Si), also called single-crystalline silicon (single-crystal-Si), are quite easily recognizable by an external even coloring and uniform look, indicating high-purity silicon.
Monocrystalline photovoltaic electric solar energy panels have been the leading choice for many years. They are among the oldest, most efficient and most dependable ways to produce electricity from the sun.
• Lower Installation Costs
• Embodied Energy
• Other Environmental Concerns
• Greater Heat Resistance
• More Electricity
The first solar panels based on polycrystalline silicon, which also is known as polysilicon (p-Si) and multi-crystalline silicon (mc-Si), were introduced to the market in 1981.Raw silicon is melted and poured into a square mold, which is cooled and cut into perfectly square wafers.
» Efficiency of 70 to 80% compared to monocrstalline solar panels.
» Lower Per Panel Costs
» Durability and Longevity
» Environmental Enhancements
» Lower Electric Bills
» Less Expensive
BIPV are photovoltaic materials that are used to replace conventional building materials in parts of thebuilding envelope such as the roof, skylights, or facades. They are increasingly being incorporated into the construction of new buildings as a principal or ancillary source of electrical power.
The advantage of integrated photovoltaics over more common non-integrated systems is that the initial cost can be offset by reducing the amount spent on building materials and labor that would normally be used to construct the part of the building that the BIPV modules replace.
» Value-added! Well-designed BIPV generates electricity while improving the climateperformance of your home/building
» Can replace almost all external building materials and thereby reduce the long-term over-all costs of a building via operational cost savings and reduced embodied energy
» Aesthetically pleasing–can be seamlessly integrated into the building envelope to give a sleek, modern look to a building (e.g. some of the pictures that accompany this blog entry!)
» Smaller market, many technologies are still under development and are not price-competitive on the retail scale with conventional panels
» MC4 Connectors
» Y Connectors
» Branch Conectors
» DC Solar Cables
» Fabricated Structure will be design and done based on site condition.
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