Solar energy is the energy obtained from sunlight. It is a clean, sustainable, non-polluting and renewable energy source.
Solar energy is the energy obtained from sunlight. It is a clean, sustainable, non-polluting and renewable energy source. It does not emit any greenhouse gases when producing electricity. A solar photovoltaic (PV) system is fuel-free, noise-free and requires no or minimal maintenance.
Technologies that use solar energy, such as photovoltaic panels, convert sunlight into electricity – what is known as the ‘photoelectric effect’. Another solar technology is a solar heating system that converts sunlight into heat and makes it useful.
If you’re looking to invest in long-term technology, solar energy is the answer.
The new photovoltaic systems should operate for around 40 years.
If you’ve decided to switch to renewable energy and reduce your electricity bills, please ask our team for a quote and we’ll be in touch shortly. If you don’t know where to start and whether your home or business can be solar-powered, Yellow Boson experts and energy advisers will help you. We are an accredited contractor and we ensure that you will get the right solar system to meet your needs. We advise at every stage of the design and installation process. If there are any grant programs at national or local level, we will also take care of them for you.
Solar panels are compatible with most roofs. So if you have a roof, you can enjoy free solar energy. If your roof is not suitable for solar energy, another alternative would be to buy ground panels or install them on the wall.
Installing solar panels in Spain is very profitable. It is one of the EU countries with the highest number of sunny hours during the year. Andalusia is the sunniest province in Spain. But it’s a common misconception that solar PV systems only work when it’s sunny. The truth is that solar panels will still produce electricity on cloudy days.
The new solar PV systems are expected to run for around 40 years, so managing your savings is a long term business.
All new buildings and renovations throughout Spain are legally required to include hot solar water, and from 2020 onwards, every new house built must use some of the energy it consumes as renewable.
Spain has presented plans for a complete transition to renewable electricity by 2050.
A solar photovoltaic system is the best choice among renewable energy. It is not as expensive as tidal energy and geothermal energy, and much less risky; it is easy to install, but unlike wind and waves, it is quite predictable.