The photovoltaic system is capable of capturing solar energy, transforming it into electrical energy. This conversion takes place in the solar cell, which is the primary device at the base of each PV system.
Photovoltaic systems, unlike conventional systems for the production of electricity, do not use fossil fuels, avoiding the emission of greenhouse gases such as CO2 and N2O. During their operation, therefore, they do not cause pollution and produce no emissions.
All photovoltaic panels installed since 2012 are recorded at the PV Cycle, an association that ensures the disposal of damaged modules and the recovery of those spent at centers set up throughout Europe.