New Zealand is steadily evolving as a solar powered country, with an increasing number of residential homes electing to install solar energy. With the trend having already gained momentum and significant penetration in many countries, including Australia, the U.S, and China, the uptake of solar power for residential use is now starting to increase at
Solar panels are primarily made from silicon, with other materials added, to enable an electrical reaction when in contact with sun derived light. This reaction creates an electrical charge, in the form of DC (direct current) power.
Solar panels on commercial buildings are well known for cost-savings and adding to an organisation’s sustainability profile. What is less known is their ability to cool buildings and prolong commercial roof life. This article explores these topics.
ZEN Energy Systems is very proud to have completed the installation of a 42 kW commercial solar energy system for Whangaparaoa College in Auckland, adding to ZEN's growing list of commercial solar installations.