A photovoltaic plant transforms rays of sunlight into electricity. Let's take a detailed look at how this takes place.
The plant consists of photovoltaic modules made up of panels in semiconductor material that directly turn solar energy into direct current.
Afterwards, an inverter converts the direct current produced by the panels into alternating current that is put into the network in medium or high voltage through a transformer.
A control system monitors the entire plant to ensure optimum management.
How a photovoltaic plant works
Page updated at 12 Jan 2018