Summary The capacity design of solar panels is very important, and the size ultimately reflects how much solar energy resources are available.
The capacity design of solar panels is very important, and the size ultimately reflects how much solar energy resources are available. The capacity design of solar panels is very simple. The capacity of solar panels mainly refers to the energy storage of solar panels. The design of solar panel power storage is mainly reflected in the intensity of sunlight and the number of days of sunlight during the day. In the period with many days of sunshine and strong sunlight, the solar panel storage capacity is often very strong.
In addition, the solar panel capacity must also take into account changes in the atmospheric environment, and changes in temperature with the change in altitude show a constant state of change. In the stratosphere, changes in air temperature continue to decline as altitude rises. Solar energy mainly works below the stratosphere, so the capacity design of solar panels also continues to decline as the altitude rises. In addition to considering the changes in air temperature in the solar panel capacity design, the final angle of the solar ray must also be considered. With different sunlight exposure angles, the final solar panel's power generation is also different. For this reason, the final solar angle must be fully considered in the solar panel design process. The spring, summer, autumn, and winter angle design is different during the year.