Welcome to this blog about the perspective of solar installation. In this article, we will delve into the importance of solar installation angle and how to optimize the installation angle in practical applications to maximize the power generation efficiency of solar panels. I believe that after reading this article, you will have a deeper understanding of this key issue.
1. Orientation of solar energy installation
The orientation of solar installation refers to the specific direction in which the solar panels are facing. Installing in the appropriate orientation can effectively increase the working time of solar panels. The specific orientation is directly related to the location of the hemisphere. Typically, solar panels face south in the northern hemisphere, while solar panels face north in the southern hemisphere.
2. Angle of solar installation
The solar installation angle refers to the angle between the solar panel and the horizontal ground. This angle has a significant impact on the power generation efficiency of solar panels. If the installation angle is appropriate, that is, when the solar panel is perpendicular to the sun's rays, the solar panel receives the most sunlight and has the highest photoelectric conversion efficiency. Thereby improving the power generation efficiency; conversely, if the installation angle is inappropriate and the installation angle of the solar panel is larger than the sunlight angle, the power generation efficiency may be reduced and the stability of the equipment may also be affected. When we install solar panels, we often need to choose the appropriate angle based on the latitude of the area. There are many tools online to help us confirm this. Typically, the higher the latitude, the greater the angle. However, the optimal angle will change with the seasons. If you need to maximize the benefits and efficiency of the solar panel, you need to adjust it regularly.