Energy can be harnessed directly from the sun, even in cloudy weather. Solar energy is used worldwide and is increasingly popular for generating electricity or heating and desalinating water. Solar power is generated in two main ways:
Photovoltaics (PV), also called solar cells, are electronic devices that convert sunlight directly into electricity. The modern solar cell is likely an image most people would recognise – they are in the panels installed on houses and in calculators.
Solar PV installations can be combined to provide electricity on a commercial scale, or arranged in smaller configurations for mini-grids or personal use. Using solar PV to power mini-grids is an excellent way to bring electricity access to people who do not live near power transmission lines, particularly in developing countries with excellent solar energy resources.
The cost of manufacturing solar panels has plummeted dramatically in the last decade, making them not only affordable but often the cheapest form of electricity. Solar panels have a lifespan of roughly 30 years, and come in variety of shades depending on the type of material used in manufacturing.
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In the choice of markets on which to focus for development, a targeted development strategy is formulated based on the study of resource conditions and subsidy policies in different regions, as well as by taking into account hours of natural daylight and power curtailment.
Reduce Project Costs at the Source
In order to maximize asset value and ensure the quality of power plants, the most comprehensive photovoltaic power plant are designed for all projects before construction with the help of the technological innovations of the Design and Research Institute. This is done taking into account each project’s geographical environment, climate, public facilities and other factors, so as to reduce the cost at the source.
With a great emphasis on the application of new technologies and innovative processes, making early adoption of new technology such as horizontal single-axis trackers, flexible supports and 1,500V high-voltage systems the basic requirements in preliminary project design. This improves the quality of plant construction through technological innovation, and creates more competitive PV power plants. It is a developed long-span purlin technology, rigid and flexible support technology, a low impedance DC busbar transmission systems, low-cost and long-lifecycle floating solar system and other core technologies and equipment. These have been promoted and applied in the design and construction of power plants.
In order to be even more efficient, Rhine Middle East provides Potassium and Sodium Nitrate to be used for storing heat in solar installations.
For more information about our Solar energy installations, please contact us directly by email at Info@rhineme.com