With the global push for renewable energy, solar power has seen a boom in recent years. While ground-mounted solar panels are the most common way to harness the power of the sun, there is another option that is becoming increasingly popular: floating solar. This power generation system uses large water bodies to set up a floating solar unit to capture sufficient solar energy without the need for land.
As one of the most perfect ways to combine photovoltaic and architecture, the solar carport has been favored by people in recent years. It is widely used in residential and commercial buildings. We can see it in family, hospital, school, factory and business district, etc.
Solar cells have constantly been advancing and are now one of the most widely implemented renewable energy technologies around the world. There are two types of solar panels we will cover today: monofacial and bifacial solar panels.
Residential PV power station, also called as household solar power system, mainly refers to the solar system installed on the roof of a family. Generally, residential power station has features such as small installation capacity, widespread distribution, simple on-grid process, short investment recovery period, and high subsidy.
Drilling through the flat roof is vulnerable to water leaks. If there are a few more options for installing solar panels without drilling on a flat roof to immuse to the water leaks, will you take it into your consideration?
It has witnessed a negative impact on the floating solar market during the COVID-19 outbreak a few months ago. Fortunately, the demand for floating solar products is recovering after some countries ease the lockdowns and take some initiatives and measures to restore their economic conditions.