pace9 helping you energy
helping you energy
We Harness the Power of the Nature and convert it into Electricity to Power your Everyday Life. All we do in Pace9 revolved in Natural Power, Capture or Harvest the Energy from the Mother Nature and turn it into electricity by different means. We in Pace9 Capture the Energy from the Sun by using Solar Panels. These Solar Panels consist of Photovoltaic cells which are generally made from silicon or other semi conductive materials that absorb and convert Sunlight into Electricity. Photovoltaic cells have a very long life span. read more . . .
Using the sun’s power
We’ve used the Sun for drying clothes and food for thousands of years.
Recently, we start to develop the technology to harness the power of the sun to generate electricity. The Sun is about 120 million miles away and still produced amazingly power to meet our needs. Just the tiny fraction of the Sun’s energy that hits the Earth ( around a hundredth of a millionth of a percent ) is enough to meet all our power needs many times over. The sun is the star that dominates our solar system. read more . . .
Powering your every day needs
Before we can consider ways to improve our energy situation we must first understand why we currently depend on electricity for our energy need. We use more electricity today than ever before. Electricity has become part of our daily life today but in many part of the world it has turn to a nightmare. We may not be able to touch electricity, but it touches our lives every day. It powers our homes, businesses, industries, and the devices that allow us to connect with each other and the world. read more . . .
Never be without electricity
We consume energy in dozens of forms. Sunlight is the predominant source of our Energy and surprisingly contains huge amount of the energy we use in our everyday life. The sun’s energy warms the planet’s surface, powering titanic transfers of heat and pressure in weather patterns and ocean currents. The resulting air currents drive wind turbines. Solar energy also evaporates water that falls as rain and builds up behind dams, where its motion is used to generate electricity via hydropower. read more . . .