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Solar PV Systems

Household PV Power System

Based on our focus on chain business, households and individual consumers, Apricus strives to provide a wider range of more cost-effective and convenient solar power application products than can further reduce carbon footprints. In this way, the use of solar power can be maximized, the electric bill and the damage of making on the ecosystem are minimized, and sustainable development can be achieved.


PV Introduction

Solar PV systems, which convert solar irradiation directly to electricity, can be used for a wide range of applications. Apricus helps you harness the power of the sun for commercial, industrial and residential applications of all sizes. In this way, the electric bill and the damage of mankind on the ecosystem can be minimized, and sustainable development can be achieved.

Own a PV power system allows you to create your own power to supply your entire house and lifestyle without being tied to the issues that can occur with utility girds. You only require the utility company to activate the system and only need to use the grid until your system is actively producing the energy output your household or business requires. Throughout the year your energy consumption changes and what energy you don’t use from the PV system will be banked in the utility grid. This can then be used during night hours or during times of the year when the sun isn’t as intense or if shading occurs due to weather.

PV offer consumers the ability to generate electricity in a clean, quiet and reliable way. PV systems are comprised of photovoltaic cells, devices that convert light energy directly into electricity. Because the source of light is usually the sun, they are often called solar cells.

For some applications where small amounts of electricity are required, like emergency call boxes, PV systems are often cost justified even when grid electricity is not very far away. When applications require larger amounts of electricity and are located away from existing power lines, PV systems can in many cases offer the least expensive, most viable option.


How PV system works

When exposed to sunlight these cells produce a small direct current of electricity, and when used en masse will generate a large amount of electrical power with no moving parts, noise or emissions. The amount of electricity generated is dependent on several factors: the size and arrangement of the PV power system, the PV module array, and the efficiency of the electrical components used to covert solar energy into electricity usable by your home or building (called inverters).



                                                           Basic PV cell construction


Most electricity is distributed through an electrical utility provider, which is the company that produces and/or distributes electricity to consumers in a region or state. The electricity is distributed along the electrical grid-the utility’s network of conductors, substations, and equipment that distributes electricity from its central hub to the consumer. The grid can span hundreds of miles from the power plants to thousands of homes and businesses. By having a PV power system, you don’t have to rely on your utility company of there is a system distribution break down along the grid. Electrical outages, though rare, do still occur under certain circumstances such as overloaded systems or severe weather events.

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