Making Solar Panels on Your Own

The sun is to the highest degree fascinating parts of our lives. It is the most luminous celestial body in our spatial neighborhood, so much so that while it’s in our line of sight, we can’t even see the other objects in the sky. It has been an object of frighten, and even worship, since antiquity. Ra, the head of the Egyptian pantheon of gods, has connection with sun, and historians suppose that the construction of the pyramids; as well as other ancient landmarks such as Stonehenge, are all based on the sun’s path through the sky all over the year.
The sun does so much for life on earth (ourselves included) that we tend to take it for granted. For example, without the sun’s power, our water cycle wouldn’t exist, the temperatures on this planet would be so cold we would not be able to support life, and even little things, such as the wind, would not exist the way they do.

However, the incredible growth in human requirement of power over last 100 years has highlighted a new potential use for the sunlight: energy from the sun. There’s the plain sun connection, but there is also the fact that humanity has been harnessing sun’s energy just about as long as we’ve been a sedentary species.

As the 90’s drew on, other factors came together to both increase the productivity of solar panels and lower their cost. What’s more Google introduced solar panels in the offices and started to be green!

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