When natural gas, coal, petroleum and other non-renewable energy sources were frequently in crisis and energy problems became increasingly the bottleneck that restricted the international socio-economic development, more and more countries began to implement "sunshine plans" to develop solar energy resources and seek new impetus for economic development. Some high-level European nuclear research institutions have also begun to shift to renewable energy. Driven by the huge potential of the international PV market, solar cell manufacturing industries in various countries are competing to invest heavily in expanding production to compete for a place.
Features of solar panel
Polycrystalline or Monocrystalline silicon is a material consisting of thin wafers that are cut from a silicon crystal which has grown in several directions. This advanced texturing process provides polycrystalline or moncrystalline solar panels with a higher power output than amorphous panels of the same dimensions, and makes them more cost and space-effective. These individual wafers are assembled into panels that are covered by durable, weatherproof tempered glass. Thanks to their efficiency and durability, these solar panels require virtually no maintenance once installed.