Nambiar Associatess is committed to provide professional services in Burundi for supply, installation and commissioning of Solar energy systems.
Solar energy—power from the sun—is a vast, inexhaustible, and clean resource
Direct energy from the sun can be used either as photovoltaic energy, where light is converted directly into electricity, or as thermal energy, where heat from the sun can be used to generate electricity. Solar energy is a clean, renewable source of energy which, once installed, does not face some of the issues with access, availability and pollution that are experienced with fuels such as wood and coal.
Solar energy is the process of using the radiation and heat from the sun to produce energy. It is a renewable energy source like the sun’s energy is limitless. This technology is one of the most talked about and fastest growing in the power generation sector. Any development of a country is hinged on the development of infrastructure and electricity, which in its turn feeds economic growth. And the requirements for the production of energy are always rising and never decreasing. Thus, in the face of the depletion of non-renewable resources, wind and solar energy has become very important in many countries in their development programs. In the last ten years, the development set in solar energy has seen a sharp decline in prices for photovoltaic panels. There is also had a modest technological advances in other solar technologies and energy storage. Thus solar energy has again gained an importance in the face of rising energy and depletion of nonrenewable resources. One of the key components of a solar power system is the photovoltaic panels. Progresses of research over the years, particularly those involving silicon-based materials readily available, have made this component increasingly cheap. The simplest configuration of PV solar panels immobile, slightly inclined to the ground and facing north toward the midday sun.