What is a photovoltaic power plant?
A photovoltaic power plant is an ecological source of electricity. Its main component is the photovoltaic cells that produce electricity. However, the ability to produce electricity is much more limited to solar power plants than other types. The amount of power the power plant can produce depends entirely on the sun's radiation. Ideally, the radiation is long-lasting and has a high intensity. However, this is only possible in the summer months. Both the intensity and the number of sundial start decreasing with autumn. Mainly, therefore, photovoltaic power plants did not produce coal types.