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RENEWABLE ENERGY MYTH VS. FACT SERIES / 12 Nov 2018

Myth: Solar PVs will not work at low light levels

In this series, Poyry experts from Asia will be debunking myths about Renewable Energy and try to provide answers to some questions that have been running in your mind regarding #RE.

By Somesh Shah, Renewable Energy Project Manager

Even today, when solar panels are being installed in every region of the world and electrifying many homes, some people remain apprehensive about solar photovoltaic’s capabilities.

‘Will it work at this light level?’

This is one of the many questions that people ask solar experts these days. So to finally put an end to the myths and speculations, allow us then to answer it with a simple – YES!

As long as there is visible light, even how little it could be – solar panels can produce power.