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A solar panel is a device that uses photovoltaic (PV) cells to convert sunlight into electricity. PV cells are made of materials, such as silicon and aluminum, that absorb photon particles from sunlight and produce excited electrons when exposed to light. When a photon hits a cell, it knocks an electron loose, which creates an electric current and a flow of electricity. Multiple cells wired together can generate enough power to run appliances or feed into the grid. 

Solar panels can be used to supplement a building’s electricity or provide power at remote locations. They are also known as photovoltaics.
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A solar module system, also known as a photovoltaic (PV) system, uses the sun’s energy to generate electricity. The system is made up of one or more solar panels, an inverter, and other electrical and mechanical hardware. 

Here’s how a solar panel system works:
  1. Sunlight activates the panels: When sunlight hits the solar panels, the PV cells in the panels absorb the energy.
  2. The cells produce electrical current: The energy creates electrical charges that move in response to an internal electrical field in the cell, causing electricity to flow.
  3. The electrical energy is converted: A solar inverter converts the electrical energy.
  4. The converted electricity powers your home: The converted electricity can then power your home or office.
  5. A net meter measures usage: A net meter measures how much electricity the system is using. 
Solar panel systems typically have between six and 12 panels, with each panel generating around 400 to 450W of energy in strong sunlight.