Powering Prosperity

Solar Panels

Solar panels generate DC electricity directly from sunlight. The number of modules used depends on your power needs and the amount of sunlight available.

What is a solar panel?

A solar panel is a piece of technology that captures light from the sun and converts it into electricity.

How does a solar panel work?

Photovoltaic cells are the most important component of a solar panel. These cells—which consist of silicon and other semiconductors—absorb light upon contact, which then allows photons to knock the electrons free from atoms, generating electricity.

How many solar panels do I need to power my home?

According to EnergySage.com, the average household consumes about 11,000 kWh per year. The number of solar panels you will need depends on your location and how much energy you consume. Drop us a line, and we can help you calculate how many solar panels you’ll need.

Have further questions regarding our solar panels or services in Nigeria? Feel free to contact us.

How many hours of sunlight does Nigeria receive?

According to TimeAndDate.com, at its peak in mid-late June, Lagos, Nigeria receives about 12 hours and 30 minutes of sunlight. At its lowest point, in mid-late December, Nigeria receives about 11 hours and 45 minutes of sunlight every day.

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