What is photovoltaics?, Electrical Engineering

Photovoltaics  is a high-technology approach  to changing sunlight  directly  into  electrical  energy.  The  electricity  is
direct  current  and  can  be  used  that  way,  chnaged to alternating  current  or  stored  for  later  use.

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