A photovoltaic solar module (or photovoltaic solar panel) consists of a set of photovoltaic cells connected together electrically.



Photovoltaic cells are produced with semiconductor materials mainly produced from silicon. Photovoltaic modules use light energy (photons) from the Sun to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. 



Indeed, the peak power of a panel is defined by the power supplied by this photovoltaic module, under standard test conditions (STC): irradiance of 1,000 W/m2, solar spectrum of AM 1.5 and module temperature at 25°C. 

The peak power of a photovoltaic panel is of the order of 100 to 200W/m2 (equivalent to a yield of 10 to 15%) giving a peak power of 50 to 250 Wc per panel, depending on its characteristics, including its size.

For your facility, AES is always committed to quality and performance ...

Our installations are made up of high-performance photovoltaic modules.

AES provides you with a wide range of photovoltaic modules with power ranging from 45 Wc to 250 Wc.



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