Solar Energy

Solar Energy

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About Solar Energy

Another source of sustainable energy is solar energy. This energy is actually energy extracted from the sun and is considered a clean, renewable and generally sustainable source. Solar energy is usually obtained from sunlight with the help of solar collectors or solar cells and converted into other types of energy such as electrical energy that can be used in other sectors. Solar energy is an essential source of renewable energy, and depending on how it is absorbed and distributed or converted into electricity, its technologies can be divided into two general categories: passive solar and active solar. Active solar technology includes the use of photovoltaic systems, centralized solar energy and solar water heating to extract energy. Passive solar technology involves orienting the building toward the sun, selecting materials with the desired thermal mass or light scattering properties, and designing spaces that naturally circulate air. If we want to divide the applications of solar energy based on the type of extraction equipment and the type of their use, we will have:

High-Temp energy sources: These sources have a very high temperature and will be used to generate electricity.
Medium temperature energy sources: Medium temperature solar energy sources are used for active heating, water heating and heating of buildings.
Low temperature energy sources: Used to heat light units in industry.

If we want to talk about the current state of energy supply through solar energy, it is not without merit to know that the United States consumes 25% of the world’s energy, while it only has 4.5% of the world’s population. If the state wants to supply its energy needs through solar energy, it needs to cover an area the size of the entire state of Texas with solar cells, and with the growth rate of total consumption, if the country wants to supply its energy needs in 2050 through this It is necessary to cover one-third of the whole area of ​​the country with solar cells and collectors.

One of the most interesting uses of solar panels is to install them on the roofs of large buildings and use them to power up the building. Large companies such as Google, Walmart and Microsoft are among the companies that supply electricity to a number of their buildings with the help of solar panels installed on the roofs of those buildings.

One of the most common sources of solar energy extraction is the use of solar cells. These cells can be divided into two general categories:

In 2006, approximately 87% of the world’s total energy consumption came from burning fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas, and coal. The energy that reaches the earth through the sun is 10,000 times more than the energy needed by humans. If only 0.1% of the earth’s surface is covered with solar energy converters with only 10% efficiency, all the energy needed by all mankind can be provided. The energy produced at the surface of the sun reaches the surface of the earth after eight minutes. The light that reaches the earth contains 47% of infrared light, 46% of visible light, and 7% of ultraviolet light. You should know that solar cells should be highly absorbed in the infrared and visible light regions. Some of the applications of photovoltaic cells and solar energy are as follows:

Power supply to remote and inaccessible places in order to supply electricity to houses, roads and tunnels
Power supply of communication places and equipment such as stand-alone systems of telecommunication towers, radio stations, emergency call units
To power vehicles such as space shuttles and satellites, charge electric vehicle batteries
Water pumping including domestic use, rural water supply, irrigation and water supply for livestock and poultry
Photovoltaics of residential complexes in order to supply the required energy of all electrical appliances in homes (urban and rural) and commercial and office centers
In addition to the above, one of the most common and sensible applications of solar cells is to install them on the roofs of buildings to supply the electricity they need. The roofs of schools, hospitals and community buildings can be a good place to install solar panels to provide the electricity needed by those buildings in case of emergency and power outages.

Zirsakht Tadbir Arian Company, with sufficient knowledge in the field of solar energy and using the latest technologies in the world, is able to install high-efficiency solar energy extraction equipment and can best fit solar or photovoltaic panels depending on the type of consumer needs in order to provide electricity in the places needed to supply electricity.

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