And thermal solar panels is what they are intended for . While photovoltaic panels are intended to generate electricity , which we will use in any household appliance, or in our electric vehicle, thermal panels generate hot water that we can use in the shower, to wash dishes or clothes, or even for heating the house. But not only that

There are also a number

of other aspects that can differentiate one from the other. 1.Operation Solar thermal panel Although there are different types of collectors for the thermal function, we are going to explain how the most common ones work.

The thermal solar panel or

solar collector is a device that captures the energy of solar radiation for use in heating or domestic hot water . Its operation is very simple. It consists of passing a liquid with antifreeze properties through its interior.

As it travels through the interior

Of the collector, this liquid, also called glycol increases its temperature thanks to the incidence of the sun’s rays. And in turn, due to the configuration Exploring Mumbai’s SMS Marketing Landscape of the panels themselves  which enhance the accumulation of heat due to the greenhouse effect. Once outside the collector, the glycol will transfer this heat to the domestic or heating water, through individual exchangers. Or within water accumulators. Example of installation in a typical home: Photovoltaic plate The photovoltaic panel is used to generate electricity.

Thanks to the decree law of

Which abolished the so-called “tax on the sun”, it is back in fashion. Photovoltaic panels or modules are made up of a set of photovoltaic cells that produce electricity from the light (from the photons of solar radiation) that falls on them through the On the other hand for thermal solar panels photoelectric effect. Its operation is governed by the following physical principles . Some of the photons. Coming from the sun’s rays. Impact on the first surface of the panel.

Being absorbed by

various semiconductors, such as silicon. The electrons that are housed in the silicon structure are hit by the photons, freeing themselves from the atoms to which they were mainly destined.