Solar panels can use direct or indirect sunlight to generate power. It is important to note that they are most effective in direct sunlight. However, Solar panels will still work even when the light is reflected, or even when the sunlight is partially blocked by clouds.
When it rains, the rain actually helps to keep your panels operating efficiently by washing away any dust or dirt. Imagine a nature-provided car wash for your beloved solar panels.
In the tropical country of the Philippines, going solar is a smart move and a wise investment.
Let’s talk about harvest and production
Solar energy output is indeed affected by various factors, and this includes variations in weather and climate. On a clear, bright, sunny day in the Philippines, the system’s power graph forms a bell curve, that is in parallel with the daylight hours. Highest energy production typically happens around noon, when the sun is brightest. These are the times when the solar panels operate most efficiently.
On cloudy days and rainy days
During cloudy days, solar panels still do work – since the rays of the sun still find their way to shine through the clouds and the rain. However, since sunlight is limited, then it follows that energy production is limited as well. The actual amount of electricity generated during such days is dependent on the density of cloud coverage. Thus, the solar panel system’s production is not as consistent and considerably reduced during cloudy days and rainy days.
What is the most ideal weather for solar panels? Most people think that panels perform best and are most efficient in weather that is HOT AND SUNNY. However, that’s untrue. The ideal weather for solar energy generation is Sunny, Cold, and Windy. The bright sun provides the energy for the panels. The cold or cool air surrounding the panels keep the panels cool. The effect of cool wind blowing on the panels remove any excess heat generated by the system. Thus, countries with a mild ambient temperature means the PV modules operate at lower temperatures, and are therefore more efficient. Some of these countries have long daylight hours during the summer, and this means they can still generate large amounts of solar power.
Turning on the sun
At Solaric, we appeal to Filipino sensibilities of approachability, service, and value. Before we give a quotation, we learn how you use energy. We determine the best ways to maximize your return on a hard-earned investment. We present different strategies to ensure that you achieve your solar goals. We want to ensure reduced expenses and increased savings so that you make that one-time wise business and environmental investment. We always do our best to deliver fast, efficient, and thorough customer service. We are in the business of not just selling solar panels – but also enabling solar-powered lifestyles. With this, we want to provide endless satisfaction by delivering Solaric Service Satisfaction, ranging from permanent reduction of electric bills to the ultimate ZERO bills.
Solaric is the leader in rooftop solar
Solaric has established its name across the renewable industry as a proven and reputable rooftop solar leader. Backed by decades of experience, Solaric has installed more than 50% of residential rooftop solar in the Philippines and has delivered significant cost reductions in electricity expenses, as well as milestone contributions to a cleaner, greener, and renewable future. We want every Filipino to enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable power. Welcome to the new generation of solar and turning on the sun.
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Contact the solar experts
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Give us a call at 75040092 or 09178603141 or 09083775577, email or visit www.solaric.com.ph
We will gladly explain to you how the system works, or schedule a survey so we can give you options for your new home or existing homes or businesses.
At Solaric, we Turn on the Sun.