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PV systems are reliable, portable, easily expanded, and have low environmental impact. These systems are available in either grid-connect or off-grid configurations. Challenges in harnessing solar energy include the intermittent and variable manner in which sunlight arrives at the earth's surface and the large area required to collect it.

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Explore the links on this page to learn how photovoltaic collectors function. The U.S. Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) provide access to a wealth of technical information and solar resource maps. Explore the links to associations and publications which provide technical information and promote the use of solar energy.

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