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8. What is a photovoltaic solar energy park and how does it work?

The photovoltaic solar energy parks consist of large areas, or aquatic surfaces in the case of floating parks, provided with interconnected solar panels to capture large amounts of sunlight and transform it into electrical energy. A solar park of ten acres can have about four thousand photovoltaic panels of 250 watts each, provided with supports that allow varying the inclination of the panels between 15° and 45°, depending on the position of the sun and the season of the year, plus of owning several investors and a transformer. The inverter converts the energy captured into AC energy to be used in the electrical network. A solar park with these characteristics can generate thousands of watts of electricity per second.

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