Employees of the State Energy Institute Research Center are conducting a study that will examine the effectiveness of solar panels for powering 120-watt LED lamps in arid climates.
This is reported by Orient news, citing an interview with A. Matyakubov, a graduate student at the institute, published in the periodical Neutral Turkmenistan.
The study will identify the peculiarities of the impact of climate on the functioning of solar panels and their performance. RPC specialists note the high efficiency of the conversion of street lighting to LED lamps powered by renewable energy sources. Currently, the objects of the urban environment are lit with high-pressure discharge lamps. They are characterized by high heat output, but low efficiency. Solar-powered LED lamps can act as an excellent alternative.