Solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation transforms energy from the sun into electricity using solar panels. The latter, also known as photovoltaic or PV panels, are combined into arrays within a PV system. PV systems can be installed in grid-connected or off-grid configurations wherein the two configurations’ essential components are disconnects, optimizers, inverters, combiner boxes, and solar panels. Meanwhile, grid-connected PV systems may contain battery disconnects, charge controllers, batteries, and meters.
Photovoltaic power generation is limited by terrain, geography, climate, lighting time, and several other factors. Hence, the amount of power generation is difficult to predict.
Therefore, if you wish to have the electricity demand unchanged, there are two ways to do so. One, transport the excess electricity from one place to another where electricity is needed to build a transmission channel. Second, store excess electricity and use it again when needed; that would be your energy storage.
Energy storage is indeed a breakthrough in the photovoltaic industry. With this, energy interconnection is now more accessible, the smart grid is no longer a concept, the micro-grid system makes communities safer, wind turbines rotate at will without power restrictions, and new energy can freely connect to the grid.
The critical link of fossil energy is the transformation of energy utilization. Photovoltaic application techniques cover almost all industries, like household roofs, commercial roofs, ground power stations, etc.
New energy vehicles are the inescapable trend of forthcoming automotive development, so energy storage is merged with EV chargers and photovoltaics application scenarios. On the contrary, it helps photovoltaics.
Part of the grid connection problems and power generation redundancy are solved in the application process. The other part uses the variety to drive the multi-directional development of EV Chargers, energy storage, and photovoltaics.