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Science(project)

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Logann galle

on 18 May 2016

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How does solar energy turn into electricity
there are different ways to make solar energy than just panels for example:
photovoltaics
solar archatuite
geothermal
renewabe energy
Cons:
REally expensive
Sunlight is limited at times
requires a lot of space
weather can effect quality such as clouds
Step 2:
The wires inside the panels Turns the DC power into AC power.
Step 3:
after the power is in the wires.THe power goes to the circut.
When you turn on the switch the power comes on.
Pros:
Doesnt cause pollution
we'll have access as long as the sun lives
Reduces on non renewable energy
easy installation
good for remote locations
by Jack Wright,Logann Galle,
Kiara Cummings & Rachael Frost

Light --> Electric
Step one:
The sun hits the silicion panels with photons(particles of sunlight)which conducts power and travels down the wires.
Kramer junction facitity
miles barr
solar panels are made up of A bunch of silicon cells joined together to form a circuit.

largest in u.s
1000 acres
created a transparent solar cell that can go on a phone for unlimited power when exposed to sunlight
step one:
the photons or particles of sun hit the electrons within the panel hitting them and creating a flow of electrons

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