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Here is the one kitchen and or garage solar appliances that we have.  Here are some specifications for the same. 

 

Photovoltaic (PV) modules make electricity from sunlight, and are marvelously simple, effective, and durable. They sit in the sun and, with no moving parts, can run your appliances, charge your batteries, or make energy for the utility grid.

A PV array is the energy collector—the solar “generator” and does so via the photovoltaic effect. Discovered in 1839 by French physicist Alexandre-Edmund Becquerel, the photovoltaic effect describes the way in which PV cells create electricity from the energy residing in photons of sunlight. When sunlight hits a PV cell, the cell absorbs some of the photons and the photons’ energy is transferred to an electron in the semiconductor material. With the energy from the photon, the electron can escape its usual position in the semiconductor atom to become part of the current in an electrical circuit.

 

 

 

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Solar and Kitchen Appliances

by Community Manager ‎12-20-2016 03:27 PM - edited ‎12-20-2016 03:30 PM (163 Views)
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by Community Manager
on ‎07-26-2017 07:15 PM

thank you for the great info.