using the power of the sun

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.
The amount of energy emitted by the sun as radiation is quite constant. This energy output is generated deep within the sun. As a star, the sun is made up 71% hydrogen, 27% helium and 2% other element. At the centre of the sun the density is 150 times that of water and the temperature is almost 16,000,000 Kelvin, which causes the nuclei of individual hydrogen atoms to undergo nuclear fusion. The result of this is that two hydrogen nuclei combine to make one helium nucleus and energy is released in the form of radiation. Vast numbers of such fusions occur every second generating energy beyond our imagination. The energy produced moves out towards the solar surface by radiation and then by convection through turbulent mixing of gases on the sun’s surface.
The sun has produced energy for many millions of years and will do so for many million years to come.
Solar Energy as we refer to it, is the solar radiation (light and heat) that reaches the earth. Every day the sun radiates enormous amounts of heat and light energy.
The heat energy we receive from the Sun through radiation is the Energy that gives life to living things. It is also the source of energy that generates the planet’s weather, creating wind and the planet’s water cycle.
This same immense Heath Energy from the Sun is what pace9 uses to generate your electricity for your homes and businesses