Solar Energy: How Does It Work?

Solar energy is the process of directly converting sunlight to electricity. A solar cell is considered the core of solar energy. The electromagnetic radiation on the cell triggers a physical response wherein the cells create a direct current.
Generally, a single solar panel consists of an average of 60 electronically connected solar cells. The solar cells are protected by a durable glass panel as well as a tough frame. A handful of solar panels can deliver an efficient and robust solar system.
Moreover, the electrical current generated at the solar panels’ terminals travels from the cable to the inverter. From that …