260w Poly Solar Panel For Big Projects And Power Plant

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Material: Polycrystalline Silicon Max. Power(W): 260 Number of Cells(pieces): 72

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China National Building Material Group Corporation

CNBM International Corporation is a professional solar panel manufacturer in China for CNBM brand . Silicon panel ( silicon module), as our main product, has high quality and good service. Our products are very popular in Europe, Australia, England, Middle East, Mexico, Argentina, Chili, Singapore and Africa.

Furthermore, our products have gained international authorized certificates like TUV, UL and CE.

China National Building Material (Group) Corporation (CNBM), established in 1984, is one of the largest State-owned group corporations of building & mechanical materials which specializes in the design, manufacturing and distribution of building materials in the world.

260w Poly Solar Panel For Big Projects And Power Plant

Solar Panel Product Description

1. Solar panel nominal 12/24v DC for standard output

2. Solar panel encapsulated with high transmission low-iron, 3.2mm tempered glass.

3. Aesthetic appearance and rugged design.

4.Cells are laminated with TPT and EVA ensuring longer life and maximum performance.

5. PV module easy to install.

6. TPT imported from Krempel, Germany.

7. High Solar cell-conversion efficiency of solar cell: up to 21% and stability with guaranteed 3%power output tolerance.

Advantage:

1. Solar panel varied from 3W to 300W with ISO, CEC, TUV, and CE approval, offering the full spectrum sizes to help you more with one-stop buying.

2. Fast shipment.

3. Good quality and competitive price.

4. We offer knowledgeable tech support before and after the sale. 

5. Local warehousing and techincal support.

6. Easy Installation & Maintanance.

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Q:Do solar panels add to global warming?
One piece of technology: Hydro-energy storage. Pump water up to an artificial lake at the top of a mountain to store energy, and then let the water run down through turbines to retrieve the energy later, eliminating most or all of the need for batteries. Usually this stuff saying renewables suck is BS when you actually try. Yet another method, are solar power towers which last longer than solar panels and continue to generate energy at night. While a non-universal storage method, it's good for storing the sun's energy in the mechanism that generates the power. According to some studies, they are the best option next to wind turbines. I'll describe a particular model. A field of mirrors beams light to a part of the tower which contains salt, for it's incredible heat storage capacity when molten. In turn, the heat from that region heats water which spins some turbines, generating lots of energy. Currently, the best models continue to generate electricity at night and for a few consecutive cloudy days. I think whoever was saying that was probably trying to delay response. There are too many ways around that to be true, and saying that it contributes more to Global Warming than fossil fuels is a lie. This is why some government intervention is needed: The companies aren't responding to new ideas, and they happen to often be fossil fuel companies as well. If you don't create the environment where it lowers fossil fuel consumption, then they win because prices stay high.
Q:Could solar panels contribute to global warming?
Claire's argument doesn't make much sense to me either. First; Claire is talking about the second law ('you can only lose or break even'), not the third law ('you can't get to absolute zero'). Easily confused, but not that important! Putting a solar panel down _can_ increase the heat absorbed by Earth. Everything has an 'albedo' (the proportion of incoming light it reflects), and Earth's average albedo is about 0.3 (ie 30% of incoming light is reflected, most of which leaves the atmosphere straight away). By putting a 0.05 albedo solar panel down on a 0.3 albedo surface, you increase the amount of sunlight that is absorbed by Earth and therefore contribute to warming. This heat is re-radiated at the Earth's temperature, in the right wavelength range to be absorbed by greenhouse gases too. If you put a panel down on equatorial ocean, or a black roof, however, there is pretty much no effect (since the albedo change is small). Also, the heating effect only lasts as long as the panel is there. Most panels are estimated to last 50 years, meanwhile CO2 has a mean lifetime of 00+ years. I did some maths and found that the 00 year averaged change in radiative forcing for solar panels was negative compared to the UK electric grid, because the reduction in CO2 emissions has a larger effect than the change in albedo. If I have spare time tomorrow I'll redo the calculations and share them. The albedo change has to be considered though!
Q:Need help with a solar panel?
In order: .  Just about any wire will do.  You can handle 50 mA over just about anything, even 28 gauge telephone wire.  Your biggest problems are probably going to be mechanical stress (you want stranded wire instead of solid, to avoid breakage) and dealing with the size of larger wires. 8 gauge speaker wire may be a good optimum. 2.  You need a diode.  If you're charging NiMH or NiCd cells you're going to have about .25 volts/cell; you can charge up to 3 of them in series with a 4.8 volt panel.  The solar panel is a bunch of diodes itself, but they're leaky in the reverse direction; the diode prevents the batteries from discharging themselves back through the panel.  You want a Schottky-barrier diode, because the forward voltage drop is about 0.2 volts instead of 0.7 volts for a regular silicon rectifier.  This gives you maximum current output from your panel.
Q:Solar Panel experts...please help.?
I'm not an expert, but I recently went through the process and now have a system on my home. I got 3 quotes from 3 licensed contractors and they all seemed to be about the same, the prices seemed to be based on the amount of energy they produced. In CA and I'm sure everywhere else they are tested by an independent agency which rates the output of the panels. You seem to have similar usage as my house, I got a 3.75kwhdc unit, it isn't expected to eliminate my bill, but it should reduce it by quite a bit. I've only had it for a few months and it took me from about 45 kwh per day to around 0. I know I'll have lower output in the winter, but my usage is lower in the winter as well. I decided on this size unit to maximize my rebates and I can take advantage of my utilities rebates when I add to the system in a few years. The difference between panels seemed to be how big they were. Some systems can be twice the size and produce the same amount of energy. I put a couple links below that I found helpful. The roseville pv buy down program has some great links that give information about specific systems.
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Q:I need help with solar panels?
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Q:Using solar panels to replace electrical wiring?
If there is already electricity on the street, you won't save anything up-front by adding solar. In fact, it will cost a lot more. You'd still have to have them wired up to code, plus have inverters and maybe a kit to sell power back to the utility. It may pay for itself in 20 years if the price of electricity rises. Otherwise, solar makes sense if you are miles from town and the utility wants $00,000 to run a power line to your house. (My figures are total guesswork - check with a local solar installer or two)
Q:Where can I get free solar panels?
If they're just to be used as an example, go around your neighborhood, and find a yard with solar yard lights. Then ask the owner whether you might borrow one or two. If they say no, move on and find another house. I'm pretty sure someone will say yes, after you explain what it's for. They will trust you, because you could have just stolen the lights, but instead asked. Option B is to have your parents take you to Fry's Electronics, and purchase a solar item, like a motion detector light, or even a standalone solar panel. As long as you don't mess up the box, you should be able to return it later for credit. But that's borderline dishonest, because you never intended to keep the merchandise.
Q:How much do solar panels generally cost and are they efficient for my home?
If solar panels were cost effective we would all be buying them and you would see them on the roof of every home. They are not. It is cheaper to buy electricity from the electric utility company.

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